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1955 
NAUTILUS 

Students Annual Publication, Volume XXXIII 

• Dallas D. Mucci, Editor-in-chief 

• Sterling I. Smith, Business Manager 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 
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We come from California 
and Maine; from Northern 
Canada and Puerto Rico; 
from Japan to Africa and 
Trinidad. We come from 
large cities and tiny farm 
communities; from families 
large and small. Each of us 
brings with him his own 
interests and capabilities, 
but when we arrive at 
Eastern Nazarene College 
we begin to broaden 
interests, share capabilities, 
and learn to live 
understandingly with others. 




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Our coming to E. N. C. was the beginning of 
four critical years of growing: mental, phys- 
ical, spiritual, emotional, and social. Our de- 
velopment is not haphazard, but a guided 
growth which helps us to learn independence 
and discover our need for increasing self- 
discipline and professional knowledge. 



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Eastern Nazarene College consists of people — students 
and faculty working together because they enjoy it 
and know that its goal is worth while. Many are the 
fine daily associations which are the larger part of 
college life. Times of counseling with our professors, 
inspiring moments of fellowship in the chapel, and 
friendly discussions with classmates in the lunch-line, 
all add together to enrich experience, and deepen 
understanding. 





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As our understanding deepens, we see the 
need of becoming the best person we are 
capable of being. To accomplish this we are 
continually broadening interests. We engage 
in activities which give us great personal 
satisfaction as well as a deep sense of 
sharing in the lives of other people. 





The thrill of winning the first touchdown for 
our team, the tingle of cool, crisp air on our 
skins as we made our way to the first basket- 
ball game of the year, the crack of the base- 
ball bat as leather meets wood; these we 
will remember. 



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We will not forget the fun 
we had together at the 
Squaw Hawkins Party when 
we all became squaws and 
braves. Nor the Christmas 
Party, when, instead of 
buying corsages, the girls 
made ones out of money to 
be used for a worthy cause. 
Then came the Spring Party 
when the girls had a chance 
to appear in their laces, 
satins, and tulles, and the 
boys were on their best 
behavior. 




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The eighty-five per cent of E. N. C.'ers who 
hold part or full-time jobs have found that 
even their outside work can become a source 
of gaining helpful experience and learning 
to understand others. Whether we work at 
the supermarket, drive a delivery truck, or do 
housework, we can find satisfaction in a job 
well-done. 





Very important to us is the Christian emphasis which pervades 
all our activities. The maxim — "There is no substitute for 
Christian education" — we can now appreciate. Prayer before 
classes, informal group prayer-meetings, and discussion of 
spiritual problems with student and professor friends have 
added something of inestimable value to our lives. 

Colleges, like people, have personalities. They are basically 
alike, yet unique and different. Eastern Nazarene College has 
some unique qualities: the genuine friendliness of a compara- 
tively small group, the resulting close student faculty relation- 
ships, the emphasis on quality rather than quantity. We know 
these things as the E. N. C. spirit which has become a part of us 
during our stay here. 



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DEDICATION 



TO — the son of a former illustrious E. N. C. professor, Ernest T. Angell. 

To —the man who places Christ above his multifarious activities in the 
business world. 

To — the mastermind of our new Nease Memorial Library and architect 
of our president's new home. 

To — the master craftsman who moves quietly, but powerfully through his 
hour upon the stage. 

TO — the type of man that has made possible the growth of this college. 



To 



WESLEY ANGELL 



— with thanks and respect, we 
dedicate this 1955 NAUTILUS. 



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"Who builds a church to God, and not to 
fame, 
Will never mark the marble with his 
name." 

Pope 



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With the great emphasis in history on the social aspect, we have 
taken our theme from a historical setting: the rise of the town 
and then to be up to date, emphasized the social by arranging 
our book according to the social class names. This is the period 
when knighthood was leaving and the bourgeois society was 
making its initial entrance onto the stage of history. 

The clergy still played one of the dominant roles in the 
slowly dying Medieval civilization and thus we have placed our 
religious sections under the Greek term for clergy — Ecclesia. 
High on the ladder stood the mastercraftsman in wealth and 
social prestige. Then came the trainee or the apprentice. We 
decided our administration and faculty served the same pur- 
pose to the students in our college life as did the mastercrafts- 
man to the apprentice in the early town. 

After the tension of the day the traveling minstrel entertained 
the entire society. Here at E. N. C. the minstrel comes in many 
forms. Organizations are a vital part of any society, the guilds 
constituted the working classes of the town and different func- 
tional groups are E. N. C.'s modern adaptation to the guilds. 

Chivalry wasn't quite dead and Don Quixote had not spurred 
his dashing steed across Spain to revive it, as yet. Our inter- 
mural sports might remind one of the "goodly" sport of King 
Arthur and his Knights of the round table. 

Finally the dominant man, or near dominant of this age was 
the merchant. He is analogous to our advertisers for they have 
destined the color, size, and the over-all extravagance of this 
book. 



FOREWORD 



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MASTERCRAFTSMEN 34 



APPRENTICE 48 



MINSTREL 106 



GUILDS 116 



KNIGHT 140 



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Dear Friends: 

We have lived another year together, and now view in retrospect 
the record of our labor. It is an appalling fact that the record we 
have inscribed must stand forever; for there is no road which leads 
back to yesterday. 

"The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ. 
Moves on; nor all thy Piety nor Wit 
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, 
Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it." 
It has been a glorious year in many respects. For many of you 
it has brought you to the coveted goal of a college degree. We 
congratulate you and remind you that there is much land ahead to 
be possessed. It is not without meaning that your college career 
ends in a "Commencement." 

Even more important than intellectual achievements are those 
experiences of men when they encounter Jesus Christ and the claims 
of His Gospel. It is my earnest hope that you have settled the issues 
which turn about the perfect will of God for your lives, and settled 
them in a way that has enthroned Christ within you. To live thus is 
to find the most hallowed compensations which one can ever know. 
God bless you one and all. 

Faithfully yours, 
J. GLENN GOULD 



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Front Row: Nancy Sanford, Frances Oddo, Lorraine Gery, Mildred Gould, Mrs. Charles Crofford, Pat Lockwood. 
Middle Row: Lorna Allen, Gwendolyn Mann, Mrs. George Allen, Audrey Ward, Aldine John, Grace Eby, Pat 
Gibson, Elizabeth Young. Top Row: Leon Everleth, Hobart Sanger, Charles Crofford, Vernon T. Groves, Albert 
Straw, Richard Mann, J. R. Naylor, James Young. 

The church choir provides inspiration through uplifting music every Sunday. Arrangements 
of exuberant gospel songs and majestic stirring anthems contribute to the worship and 
praise. 

In addition to the Sunday morning and evening services, the choir supports the revivals 
faithfully and assists in the annual presentation of the Messiah. 

The choir, directed by Paul W. Rundlett, seeks to provide the best in church music and a 
program that will bring blessing to all. 



CHURCH CHOIR 



After-Dinner Prayer Meeting 



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IN CHAPEL 



Rev. Roy T. Williams, "Singing Pastor", Kauffman Lectures 
on personal evangelism. "This Old House." 




Basil Malov, Russian Bible Society. 




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Dr. Hugh Benner, general superintendent of Church of the Nazarene, 
Gould Memorial Lectures on Holiness. 



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Dr. Harry Jessop, part-time E. N. C. professor of Theology, "It just Dr. Howard Hamlin, eminent Chicago surgeon, addressed 



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the Business Men's Convention. 




N. Y. P. S. Council 

W. Krutenat, J. Morehead, L. Flick, 
D. Grosse, J. Insco, D. Peoples 



The Nazarene Young People's Society of the Wollas- 
ton Church presents a challenge greater and more de- 
manding than that of any other youth group con- 
nected with the college. Programs to cultivate genuine 
interest and promote spiritual uplift are arranged for 
every Sunday evening. 

Services are planned by the Greek Letter societies, 
various students and professors, and the N.Y. P.S. 
Council. 

Perhaps the greatest single effort sponsored by 
the Society this year has been the organization of 
"Prayer Cell" groups. These groups are made up of 
from six to eight students who meet in the dormitories 
once a week for prayer. Membership is completely 
voluntary, but nearly one hundred per cent. 




N. Y. P. S 




Freshman Service 




Candlelight Service 



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Girl's Prayer "Cell" 



Kappa Service 



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Ministerial Association 

Front Row: V. Morse, D. MacPherson, M. Hassell, D. Campbell, A. Kosty, J. Bergers, R. Crew, J. 
Mori, R. Parry, J. Morehead, M. Studley. Second Row: W. Mullen, J. Ketner, N. Bedor, P. Zeigler, 
N. Crouse, R. Larsen, G. Stover, J. Wagner, R. Mosgrove, D. Smith, K. Retter. Third Row: H. Parker, 
G. Wetmore, W. Sever, F. MacMillan, R. Young, D. MacNeil, W. Ellison, W. Kelvington. 




The Student Ministerial Association is com- 
posed of juniors and seniors who are study- 
ing for the ministry or for full-time Christian 
service. 

The foremost purpose of the association 
is to challenge young men and women to 
the work of spreading the Gospel. Realizing 
the seriousness of God's call upon their lives 
and the greatness of the opportunities that 
lie ahead, the ministerial students share with 
each other a bond of fellowship because of 
their mutual aims and goals. 

Through the year visiting ministers bring 
challenging messages of inspiration and 
Truth, and lead discussions in which members 
participate. 



MINISTERIAL 
ASSOCIATION 




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Boy's Prayer "Cell 



Boy's Prayer "Cell" 



BOSTON 




The Boston Chapel, which has been 
in operation only a year, is spon- 
sored by the Evangelistic Associa- 
tion. Since its beginning attendance 
has steadily increased in Sunday 
School, and the Association has done 
excellent work by giving to the 
underprivileged children of the 
South Boston area recreational ac- 
tivity and spiritual guidance. 




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CHAPEL 




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EVANGELISTIC 
ASSOCIATION 



Evangelistic Association Council 

Front Row: J. Cramer, N. Crouse, F. Wenger, P. Collins, 
E. Twining, F. MacMillan. Second Row: H. Stillman, J. 
Sutton, W. Albright, Prof. Rothwell, B. Kelvington, J. 
Irwin. 




The Evangelistic Association is made up of a group of 
college students who feel the urge to impart to others 
a knowledge of the experience of salvation which 
they themselves have received. Because of the chal- 
lenge and opportunities which the Society offers its 
members, it has become the largest and most active 
organization on campus. 

The year's program has been far-reaching. The 
Association offers four channels of service: 

1. The Hospital Choir which sings every Sunday 
in Quincy City Hospital. 

2. The Wollaston Visitation group which visits in 
the college community in the interest of the Wollaston 
Church of the Nazarene and the winning of souls. 

3. The Boston Nazarene Chapel which is dedicated 
to the task of bringing the message of full salvation to 
the men and women, boys and girls of Boston's south 
end. 

4. The mission group workers who hold services in 
various missions of Boston. 

Through these channels of service the members of 
the Evangelistic Association strive to fulfill Christ's great 
command: 

"Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel 
to every creature." 



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Student Foreign Mission Fellowship 

Front Row: A. Hagerup, D. Janacek, M. Mayes, D. Anderegg, W. Kelvington, K. Keim, J. Kirtz, 
L. Harris. Second Row: J. Long, E. Johnson, D. Dube, J. Mori, K. Gibbs, R. Larsen, C. Gailey, 
R. Poole, D. Webb, M. Studley, R. Ricketts. Third Row: R. Bigelow, S. Henck, E. Twining, J. Burley, 
D. Grosse. 

STUDENT 

FOREIGN 

MISSION 

FELLOWSHIP 




A chapter of the Foreign Missions Fellowship has been 
recently organized on the ENC campus. This is a chap- 
ter of the Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship which pro- 
vides a means of contact with other college and uni- 
versity students interested in Christian missions. 

The purpose of the Fellowship is to help spread the 
gospel of Christ in foreign lands and to spread infor- 
mation concerning the various mission fields. 

Each Thursday the group meets for study and 
prayer. Prayer groups for each mission field have 
been organized and through these small groups 
specialized study of the individual fields has been 
promoted. These groups also write letters to the mis- 
sionaries of their choice. 

Helping to promote the Thanksgiving and Easter 
offerings, filling alabaster boxes, organizing the 
prayer and fasting league, and attending the Inter- 
varsity-Missionary conferences have all contributed 
to the activities of the Fellowship this year. 

Packing a Missionary Box 



Student Foreign Mission Fellowship Council 

Front Row: M. Mayes, D. Anderegg. Back Row: K. 

Keim, B. Kelvington. 



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Edward Stebbins Mann, A. M., L.L. D„ President. 



Life at Eastern Nazarene College is full of variety. Each phase of 
life has its responsibilities and each responsibility, faithfully dis- 
charged, has its rich rewards. In addition to the educational 
demands, attention must be given to spiritual development. Par- 
ticipation in departmental clubs, musical organizations, athletics, 
and other extra-curricular activities are secondary but by no 
means unimportant aspects of student life. 

It is with a sense of deep satisfaction that faculty members and 
administrative officers watch the progress of a student from his 
days as an Apprentice until he attains the status of a Master 
Craftsman. His rate of advancement is never satisfactory nor is 
his final success assured unless he manifested a vital concern for 
the influence of the Ecclesia. His interest in the Guilds and his 
development as a Minstrel or a Knight contribute not only to his 
own feeling of personal accomplishment but also serve to make 
him a better citizen in the college community. 

It is the student who has learned to place the proper emphasis 
upon each phase of college life and who has met each obligation 
of student days with enthusiasm and determination who is best 
qualified to meet the demands of life after college and who is 
most likely to reflect credit upon his Alma Mater. 

EDWARD S. MANN, President 



PRESIDENT'S 
MESSAGE 




Bertha Munro, A. M., Dean of the College 



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Alvin Harold Kauffman, Ph. D., 
Assistant Dean of the College 



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Mrs. Esther D. Williamson, Dean of Women. 
Mr. Carroll Bradley, A.M., Dean of Men. 



Administrative 
Executives 




Mrs. Madeline Nease, A. B., Registrar 




Claude C. Schlosser, A. B., Business Manager. 




Stephen W. Nease, A. B., Th. B., Executive Field Secretary. 



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Seated: Bertha Munro, A. M., Chairman of Division of Arts and Letters; Professor of English 
Language and Literature. Standing: Alice Spangenberg, A. M., Professor of English. 



Olive B. Marple, A. B., Mus. B., 
Edith F. Cove, Mus. M., Professor of Music Associate Professor of Music 



Esther D. Williamson, 
Associate Professor of Voice. 



ARTS 



Stephen Ortlip, B. S., Mus. M., M. S. M., 
Assistant Professor of Music, Director of 
Band and Orchestra. 




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Mary K. Harris, A.M., 

Professor of French and Spanish. 



LETTERS 



Kent Goodnow, A. M., 

Professor of German and Spanish. 



Although the studies in this division may be put to the 
practical use of earning a living, yet they serve pri- 
marily to develop the student in order that he may 
express himself freely and effectively. The best safe- 
guard for democracy is the creation of enlightened 
individuals. 

Literature assists him to develop a sound philosophy 
of life through acquaintance with the best thoughts of 
the ages. The study of languages gives him a greater 
appreciation of his own nation and enlarges his sym- 
pathies with others. The objective of the Department 
of Music is to give a solid grounding in musical theory 
linked with its application to the practical use of music. 

Courses in fine arts offer a guide to the understand- 
ing and enjoyment of pictures and sculptures. To culti- 
vate power and praise in speaking is the aim of the 
Speech Department. 



Diran Dohanian, B. F. A., A. M. in T., 
Instructor in Art. 



Helen F. Rothwell, A. M., 
Associate Professor of Spanish 



Edith P. Goodnow, A. M., 
Instructor in English Literature. 




Louise A. Dygoski, A. M., 
Associate Professor of Speech. 



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PHILOSOPHY 



"Philosophy is an attempt to discover the whole 
truth." It seeks to coordinate, interpret, and evalu- 
ate experience as a whole. It teaches the student 
principle of correct thinking, the elementals of 
thought, and the true values of life. 

The Department of Theology seeks to systema- 
tize the student's knowledge of the Christian faith: 
It is primarily planned to provide a working knowl- 
edge of the practical problems and preaching as- 
signment for those students who are entering the 
Christian ministry. "Study to show thyself approved, 
a workman that needeth not to be ashamed . . ." 



Wilbur H. Mullen, Th. B., A. M., Assistant Professor of Theology. 



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RELIGION 



Biblical Literature gives the student an intro- 
ductory acquaintance with the English Bible. 
Also, it provides a minimum training in the prin- 
ciples of Bible interpretation for those who plan 
to enter the ministry or other forms of Christian 
work. 



Harvey J. S. Blaney, A. B., B. D„ Librarian; 
Associate Professor of Biblical Literature. 




George J. Delp, A. B., S. T. M., Assistant Professor of Greek. 



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SCIENCE 



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James H. Shrader, Ph.D., Chairman of Division of Science and Math; Professor of Chemistry 

The primary aim of the Division of Science and Mathematics is that of 
providing the pre-professional and pre-engineering student the neces- 
sary requirements for the mastery of their chosen fields. But providing the 
student with the content, discipline, and techniques necessary to profes- 
sions in research, industry, teaching, medicine, and its many related 
fields is not its only purpose. 

Study of the sciences should develop in the student the spirit of in- 
quiry. It ought to teach him to observe accurately, to record completely 
and to think without prejudice. It then provides for him an intellectual 
discipline by the habit of first seeking the facts before forming an opin- 
ion or proposing a solution. 

Finally, the department aims at intellectual outlook with the strengthen- 
ing of Christian faith. 



William J. V. Babcock, A.M., Associate Professor of Biology 



Hadrian B. Lechner, A.M., Assistant Professor of Physics 




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Paul Calvin Maybury, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



MATH 




Marlin B. Kreider, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology 




Ward M. Hunting, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry; 
Director of Audio-Visual Aids 



Jasper R. Naylor, B.S., A.M., Professor of Mathematics; Di- 
rector of Personnel Bureau 



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The Division of Social Science aims to contribute to the student a 
sound philosophy of life and a true standard of values through 
the establishment of historical background and critical con- 
sideration of past and present social problems. It also seeks to 
develop in the student an understanding of human nature from 
both the individual and social point of view. It provides prac- 
tical training for those desiring to enter the fields of guidance, 
testing, research and clinical work. 



Timothy I. Smith, A.M., Associate Professor of History. 





Vernon T. Groves, Ph.D., Chairman of Division of Social Science; Professor of 
Psychology; Supervisor of Secondary Education. 



SOCIAL 



Charles W. Akers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History. Standing: Harold 
Young, A.M., Instructor in Sociology. 



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The Social Science major is designed to provide for students a 
broad background in human relations rather than to develop 
specialists in any one area. Professionally it provides excellent 
groundwork for careers in social work, government and sec- 
ondary education. 



SCIENCE 



Rolland W. Parsons, M.S., Associate Professor of Education, Supervisor of 
Elementary Education. 





Frank W. Gery, Jr., M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration. 



Joseph H. Knowles, A.B., B.D., Instructor in Psychology and Sociology. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



From Left to Right: M. R. Emery, E. S. Mann, E. E. 
Officers Of the Board Grosse, L M. Spangenberg, R. D. Smith. 




Akron District: C. D. Taylor, R. D. No. 1, Louisville, Ohio; M. L. 
Bunker, 2021 12th Street, S. W., Akron 14, Ohio; L W. Durkee, 
1 558 Delia Avenue, Akron, Ohio; W. E. Roush, 725 3rd Street, N. W., 
New Philadelphia, Ohio. Albany District: R. D. Smith, 106 West 
Warrington, Syracuse 5, New York; A. M. Fallon, 66 Grand Blvd., 
Binghamton, New York. Canada Central District: T. E. Martin, 
1592 Bloor, West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; A. E. Collins, 186 
Main Street, New Market, Ontario, Canada. Maritime District: 
J. H. MacGregor, Box 234, Oxford, Nova Scotia, Canada. New 
England District: J. C. Albright, 19 Keniston Road, Melrose 76, 
Massachusetts; E. S. Harris, 169 Harrietta, South Portland, Maine; 
L. M. Spangenberg, 178 Quinobequin Road, Waban, Massachu- 
setts; J. W. Turpel, 65 Brunswick Avenue, Gardner, Maine. New 
York District: R. I. Goslaw, 27 Wilson Street, Beacon, New York; 
H. R. Olson, R. D. No. 2, Butler, New Jersey. Pittsburgh District: R. F. 
Heinlein, R. F. D. No. 7, Box 367, Butler, Pennsylvania; J. Z. Andree, 
905 Pennsylvania Avenue, East, Warren, Pennsylvania; M. R. 
Emery, 25 Franklin Street, Warren, Pennsylvania; R. M. Ingland, 
322 Meadow Avenue, Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Washington- 
Philadelphia District: E. E. Grosse, 528 Baer Avenue, Hanover, 
Pennsylvania; J. R. Bell, Baltimore, Maryland; A. C. McKenzie, 
1530 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; E. C. Wolf, 131 
North 3rd Street, Oxford, Pennsylvania. Alumni Representatives: 
W. G. Angell, 65 Gould Street, Wollaston 70, Massachusetts; 
H. B. Ward, 239 Harriett Street, South Portland, Maine. President 
of the College: E. S. Mann, 45 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston 70, 
Massachusetts. 



Miss Elizabeth Young, 
Secretary to the President. 



Mr. Potter, 
Maintenance man. 



Administrative 
Assistants 



From Left to Right: Doris Kelley, Mrs. Beulah Willwerth, From Left to Right: Mrs. Roberta Hunting, Audrey 

Faye Painter, Mrs. Jackie Ray. Ward, Mrs. Elsie Mosgrove. From Left to Right: Grace Eby, Doreen Arms| 




Mrs. Mary Rankin, 

Director of Employment Bureau. 




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PHI DELTA LAMBDA 




To create interest in maintaining a high scholastic 
standard at E. N. C. is the object of the Honor 
Society and Phi Delta Lambda. They feel that the 
student best prepared for Christian service is the 
one who has made the best use of his talents. Only 
as the student makes best use of his talents during 
his college life is he prepared for effective Chris- 
tian service in the future. 

The Honor Society emphasizes the real purpose 
of Eastern Nazarene College — that of providing 
the student academic training built upon Christian 
ideals. 

Each year, the upper 1 5 per cent of the gradu- 
ating class is elected to Phi Delta Lambda. It is a 
real challenge and an honor to be chosen as one 
who has helped E. N. C. maintain her high level 
of scholarship among her sister institutions. 



HONOR SOCIETY 



Seated: S. Thorpe, D. Biggs, N. Lockwood, B. Munro, A. Kauffman, B. Mil- 
stead, L. Flick. 
Standing: D. MacPherson, K. Gibbs, E. Patmore. 



L Dygoski, T. Smith, A. Kauffman 



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James E. Baker 



Joseph Duncan 



Mary Studley 




Robert Bradley 



Vernon Morse 



Harold Young 



GRADUATES IN THEOLOGY 

To better prepare themselves for God's work these students have 
returned after graduation for advanced study in philosophy and 
theology. Desiring to be "workmen that needeth not to be 
ashamed" these have tried to get further preparation before 
entering the full-time field of Christian Service. After receiving 
their Th.B. degree they can better answer, "Here am I, send me!" 



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The Elms 



SENIORS 



1951 — Green freshman. 1955 — We've arrived — 
Seniors facing the world "With Heart to God and 
Hand to Man." 

We feel God has been good to us these four 
years at E. N. C. We've gained friends, fun, a 
liberal arts degree, and, most important, a closer 
walk with God. 

The years have gone fast and our memory book 
is full. Freshman initiation, Sophomore outings, 
Junior-Senior Day, Senior trip, and finally Com- 
mencement Day. We now are Alumni looking back 
with gratitude and forward ready to do His will. 

Friends, professors, books — all a vital part of 
our past as we set out to be servants to God and 
man. 



Left to right: L. Harris, Vice President; W. Yeager, S. C. Representative; 
K. Gibbs, Chaplain; Professor Naylor, Faculty Advisor,- D. MacNeil, Treas- 
urer; G. Jackson, President; C. Claytor, Secretary. 








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Senior Class Orchestra. 



Dinner at the "Elms." 



Ottie Burch entertains the ladies. 




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YOJI AKASHI 

A. B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Historical Society, Secretary 4. 

Craft: Diplomacy. Pattern: Broad Sympa- 
thies. "Who is my neighbor?" Chisel 
Chips: Courage, will power, "divine am- 
bition." Journeyman Jobs: As, forums, 
far perspectives. A smile that wins. Mas- 
terpiece: World understanding. 





DONNA ANDEREGG 

A. B., Chemistry 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Association 1 , 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4. Prospec- 
tive Missionary Society I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 
Foreign Missions Fellowship, President 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1 , 2, 3, 4. Akron University 1. 

Craft: Practical service. Pattern: Faithful- 
ness. Chisel Chips: Red hair, crooked 
smile, heart of gold. Farmer's girl — capa- 
ble. Chem lab. Journeyman Jobs: Sun- 
day school V. P. Missionary interests. 
Righthand man. Girl scientist. Master- 
piece: God's vineyard tended. 






DOROTHY AUSTIN 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1. Literature Club 
2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 1, 3. Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. "N" Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 
Nautilus 3, 4. Campus Camera 2. Albany District 
Scholarship 2, 4. MacRonald Award 3. 

Craft: Living and Giving. Pattern: Good 
sport. Chisel Chips: Hard work, clever 
tongue, quick brain, loving heart. Interest 
in ideas. Journeyman Jobs: "Murdering 
impossibility." "A bonny fighter." "I can 
take it." Lit class — club spark-plug. Mas- 
terpiece: Contagious goodness. 

MERVIN BEDOR 

A. B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Philosophy 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 

Craft: True Gospeller. Pattern: Eyes on 
the goal. Chisel Chips: "Kipp." "Patience 
is genius." Journeyman Jobs: Steady 
progress. Quiet arrival. "Full of labours." 
Masterpiece: Faith triumphant. 





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JAY BERGERS 

A. B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, S. C. Representative 1, Chaplain 2, 
President 4. Bowne Philosophical Club 3, 4, Vice 
President 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4, Vice 
President 4. College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3. 
Football 1, 4. Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4. Christian Service 
Scholarships 3. Freshman Class President. Sopho- 
more Class Chaplain. 

Craft: Live-Wire Ministry. Pattern: Imita- 
tion of Christ. Chisel Chips: That nurse. 
Amen Corner, prompt papers, live pray- 
ers. Journeyman Jobs: Strong convic- 
tions, tender spirit. "As true as truth's sim- 
plicity." Masterpiece: "Power in this dead 
world to make it live." 



MARCIA BOSHART 

A. B., Music 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Astronomy Club 1. Fine Arts 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. A'Cappella Choir 4. 
Band 3. 

Craft: Melody-Maker. Pattern: Resolu- 
tion. Chisel Chips: New Yorker. Force of 
character. "There is a garden in her face." 
Journeyman Jobs: Fidelis preludes. 
Chapel piano. Interruptions overcome. 
"Not Somehow." Masterpiece: "My great 
task of happiness" — shared. 



OTTIWELL BURCH 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 3, 4. Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Vice President 4. 
Future Teachers of America Club 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Meistersingers 3. 
Mico Training College, British West Indies 1, 2. 

Craft: The Golden Touch. Pattern: Har- 
mony. Chisel Chips: Old-school manner, 
"soft and gentle speech." English back- 
ground. Journeyman Jobs: Organ, "po- 
liteness smoothes wrinkles." Conversa- 
tional charm. Masterpiece: Friends for us 
in Bermuda. 








Yoji pulls a big surprise. 



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SENIORS 




SARA 

A. B., Social So 




Delta 1, i. 3, 4 

p 4 

Craft: Christian Social Service. Pattern: 
Chisel Chip*: Love-Joy. Hos- 
pital • md to 

■ Direct. Journeyman Jobs: "B 
ful sincerity and comely love." Rd 
and classes taken seriously. Masterpiece: 
Hi hare m a better wo 




IARLOTTE CLAYTOR 

• ie 






I, A 3, 4 

►uturo ToaaSon of Amorico 

I , 3, 4 H 
Class Secretory. 

Craft , Worker. Pattern: Reliable. 

Chisel Chips 

Helps Journey- 
man Jobs: 
papers. Much done with little talk. No 

wasted i Earnest Chr 

Masterpiece: Good seed — on hundred- 
fold. 






QUENTIN CLINGERMAN 
k. B., History 

ligma I .?, 3. 4 Speech 



Historiography 
, 2. 3. Student 
ger» I t ampui 
>ivlnct Scholar 




■a 4. W. f 
Sip 2. Ohio Stat* U 

Iraft: Seeker for the Best. Pattern: The 
leal. Chisel Chips: Earnest his name, 
teady speech and pen. "This virtue and 
lis moral d Journeyman Jobs: 

'Cervantes' serious air, or Rabelais' easy- 
lair?" History-lit correlation. Master- 
i: Following the Gleam. 



IRIS COVE 

S., Nursing Science 

Zeta t, 2, 3 

Iraft: Cheer-Spreader. Pattern: Un< 
shness. Chisel Chips: Pranks with a 
/inkle. "Born to do benefits." Journey- 
man Jobs: Ready sympathy. "Thou shalt 
love thy neighbour better than 
Laughte 





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DAVID DANIELS 

A. B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Philosophy Club 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1. Basketball 1, 2. Football 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 2, 4. Debate 3, 4. 

Craft: Questioner. Pattern: Freedom. 
Chisel Chips: Steady job and steady 
girl. Independent ideas. "The skull of a 
lawyer." Journeyman Jobs: "A Daniel 
come to judgment!" "We that have good 
wits have much to answer for." Master- 
piece: Arriving, And sharing. 





DONNA LEE DRIGGS 

A. B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 1, 2. Spanish 
Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. Future 
Teachers of America 3, Secretary 3. Campus 
Camera 2. Freshman Scholarship 1, 2. Student 
Council. Secretary 2. 

Craft: Scholar- Worker. Pattern: Perfec- 
tion. Chisel Chips: Poise. Creativity. 
Steady eyes. Las Estrellas. Good pal. 
Journeyman Jobs: Assignments done the 
week before. "The perfect ways of hon- 
our." "To the True Romance." Master- 
piece: Facing the light. 





MARGARET FERGUSON 

B. S., Biology 

Kappa 1 , 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2. Biology Associa- 
tion 1', 2, 3, Librarian 2. Chemistry Club 3. Evan- 
gelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Albany District 1, 2. 

Craft: Christian — Scientist. Pattern: Esse 
quam Videri. Chisel Chips: Mikes and 
lab notebooks. Climbing biology stairs. 
Kindnesses by the way. Journeyman 
Jobs: "The labour we delight in physics 
pain." Silent testimony of a life well lived. 
Masterpiece: Of "those who serve the 
Master best For that they love His world." 





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SENIORS 




MILLAN FREEMAN 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Craft: Thinker with Christ. Pattern: Reality. 
Chisel Chips: Tolerance. "Let my tempta- 
tion be a book." "Render me worthy of 
this noble wife." Journeyman Jobs: 
"Deep-brained sonnets." Interruptions cap- 
italized on. "I will sail my rudder true." 
Masterpiece: Free Man. 





RUTH GARDINER 

B. S., Nursing 

Delta 4. Literature Club 4. New England Deaconess 
Hospital 1, 2, 3. School Nurse 4. 

Craft: Witness. Pattern: Shining light. 
Chisel Chips: Knowing people, loving 
people. Reading with thought. Fun-maker. 
Journeyman Jobs: Burdens carried with 
a laugh. Every challenge an opportunity. 
"Days." "Real kindness kindly expressed." 
Masterpiece: Garnered sheaves. 



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KENNETH GIBBS 

A. B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology 2. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 2, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3. College Missionary Society 4. Who's Who 4. 
Honor Society 3, 4. Junior Class President. Senior 
Class Chaplain. 

Craft: True Philosopher. Pattern: Socrates 
— Paul — Christ. Chisel Chips: Reverent 
Mind. "His wise, rare smile." Mould of 
greatness. Journeyman Jobs: Personality 
Plus unadvertised. That rare A in philoso- 
phy. Masterpiece: Finding the Real — to 
give again. 





ALLEN HALBERG 

A. B., Psychology 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club I. Psychology Club 
2, 3, 4. 

Craft: Christian Worker to Be. Pattern: 
Energy. Chisel Chips: Horn-blower. Con- 
gregational background. "Laugh and be 
well." Full employment schedule. Journey- 
man Jobs: Hail fellow. "I speak my con- 
science." Discussion champion. Ambition 
for good. Masterpiece: A Christian chap- 
lain — wherever. 




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LILA HARRIS 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Literature Club 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3. Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4. 
Prospective Missionary Society 3, 4. Meistersingers 
2, 3. Basketball 3, 4. Senior Class vice-president. 
Trevecca Nazarene College 1. Freshman Scholar- 
ship. 

Craft: Book-lover. Pattern: The best. 
Chisel Chips: Southern airs. Chuckles. "A 
time to laugh and a time to pray." Jour- 
neyman Jobs: Nease Library. "Books 
obedient to my hand." Responsibility taken. 
A life committed. Masterpiece: "The Pow- 
er of Positive Living." 





FRANK HARVEY 

A. B., English 

Sigma 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 3, 4. A Cappella 3. 
Quartet 2, 3. Marietta College 1. 

Craft: Singer and Speaker. Pattern: Spon- 
taneity. Chisel Chips: Golden-tongued 
and silver-voiced. Uninhibited. Literary 
wife. "Sudden and extemporal speech." 
No guile. Journeyman Jobs: "Comfort 
ye" — and less edifying songs! Conserva- 
tory choir. Casual disregard of the apos- 
trophe. Masterpiece: Lifelong message in 
song and spirit. 





CATHERINE HAYFORD 

B. S., Mathematics 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Association 1, 2. 

Craft: Chemist with a purpose. Pattern: 
Quality, not show. Chisel Chips: Church 
and prayer-meeting regular. Knows what 
she wants. Journeyman Jobs: Life in the 
Lab. But Chem and Lit; Science and the 
Bible. "Faith, I know more than I'll speak." 
Masterpiece: Science for peace. 





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SENIORS 




S , Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2. Future Teach* 
of America I, 2, 4. Evange jtion I, 2, 

Meistersingers 2. Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Greenbook 

iff: Good Friend. Pattern: Goc 
jmor. Chisel Chips: Little sister. "Lil 
jther, like daughter." Journeyman Jobi 
srmitory good deeds. Courage, gaiet 
id the easy mind. Always "there." Mai 
irpiece: "Laughter and the love 
K " 










iCHEL IRELAND 

>., Elementary Education 

jma 3, 4. Literature 3, 4. Fine Am Club 

j»rs 3. A Cap 
oir 4. Housr ■ Teach* 

allege I 

ft: Easer of Ways. Pattern: Graciot 
> Chisel Chips: Serious brown e> 
d hesitating smile. Honest selfanalyi 
eker and finder. Journeyman Jot 
oughtful of others. Tops Fidelis lead* 
earn her, and delight in her; And giv 
od praise." Masterpiece: Counsellor 
uncertain so 



rILBERT JACKSON 

B., Philosophy 



GILBE 

i, 4^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

Association 3, 4, Preiident 4. Student V 
Alloc otion J. H Pittsburgh I' 

Ki Class President. Who's Wt, 
raft: "Divine Philosophy." Patterr 
ndly dignity. Chisel Chips: Ch< 
usher. Religion in practice. Saving sense 
humor. Strong hand for the reins. Journey 
man Jobs: Affairs of state. "Good mc 
and full of faith." Be right and be pres 
dent. Masterpiece: Minis! mister 

ALDINE JOHN 

A. B., Literature 






Ito 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. Literature Club I, 
3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2. Future Teachers 
America 4. Meistersingers I. Basketball 3, 4. Gree 
book Staff 1. Nautilus Staff 3. Campus 
Staff 4. Who's Who 4. Student Council V.cePres 
dent 4. Junior Class Vice-President. Freshman C 
Secretary. 

Craft: Organizer. Pattern: Radiant Ener 
gy. Chisel Chips: Voice and pois 
"Fair and admired." "As full of spirit 
the month of May." Journeyman Jobs 
V.P., parties, church choir, busy secretar 
"Shepherd's wife." Song director. Stron 
right hand. Masterpiece: "Our great car. 

H 











MARVIN JOY 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Chaplain 2. Literature 
Club President 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Prospective Missionary Society 1. A Cappella 
Choir 4. Meistersingers 1, 2, 3. Basketball 2, 3. 
Football 1, 2, 3. Baseball 2, 3. Sophomore Class 
Chaplain. 

Craft: Teaching Ministry. Pattern: "For 
truth's sake and his conscience." Chisel 
Chips: "I call a fig a fig, a spade a 
spade." "He hath a lady wiser, fairer, 
truer . . . ." "My Son." Journeyman Jobs: 
Operation Comeback. Supply prof: Air 
Force and E.N.C. "Wit Skirmishes." Cares 
of the Lit Club. Masterpiece: Intelligent 
self-giving. 

FRANK KELLEY 

A. B., Theology 
Delta 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

Craft: Eighty-hour-a-week Worker. Pat- 
tern: Industry. Chisel Chips: "Lighting- 
up" smile. Family worth fighting for. Sun- 
day-school bus. Journeyman Jobs: Cour- 
age for hopes deferred. "It's dogged as 
does it." Masterpiece: The practical min- 
istry. 






JEANNE KIRTZ 

A. B., English 

Delta 3, 4. Literature Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Prospec- 
tive Missionary Society 1, 2. Allentown Bible Col- 
lege 1, 2. 

Craft: Full Preparation. Pattern: Patience. 
Chisel Chips: "Let me be counted service- 
able." Hidden springs of joy. Journey- 
man Jobs: General secretary. W.Va. get- 
ting used to Mass. Release of spirit. Mas- 
terpiece: Teacher, understanding. 





SENIORS 



Cynthia is stopped at her own game. 



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ANTHONY KOSTY 

A. B., Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 4. Evangelistic 
Association I, 2, 3, 4. Prospective Missionary 
Society I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 

Craft: Saver of Men. Pattern: "God's 
own soldier." Chisel Chips: Prayers and 
testimonies. Tears and smiles. Burning 
heart. "In whom there is no guile." Jour- 
neyman Jobs: Church master-of-the- 
lights. He "majors in major" — helping 
lame dogs over stiles. Foreign missions 
pudding-stick. Masterpiece: His field the 
world. 



JANE LITTLE 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1 . 

Craft: Reader-thinker. Pattern: Retiring. 
Generous-hearted. Chisel Chips: Brown 
eyes — when you see them. A's — when she 
wishes. "Alas, she has no speech" — unless 
she wishes. Journeyman Jobs: Lacunae. 
"Let not your left hand know . . . ." 
"Woman's at best a contradiction still." 
Masterpiece: Freedom found. Talent un- 
buried. 









RUTH ANN LOOMIS 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2. Literature Club 
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Future Teachers of 
America 1, 2. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. N. Y. P. S. 
Council Vice-President 3. Meistersingers 2. Campus 
Camera Associate Editor 3. House Council Vice- 
President 3. Freshmen Faculty Scholarship. 

Craft: Busy Bee. Pattern: Conscientious. 
Chisel Chips: Big engine in little body. 
Lighted eye, staunch spirit. "A single 
heart." Journeyman Jobs: System. Heart 
loyal to lit. Bracing his armor ... "a tall 
man of his hands." Masterpiece: Teacher 
Pro tern. "In my love and in my faith." 





FRANK LOVEJOY 

B. S., Secondary Education 

Sigma 1 , 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 4. Future Teachers 
of America 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 
Basketball 1, 3, 4. Greenbook 1. New England Dis- 
trict Scholarship 3. 

Craft: Everyday Philosopher. Pattern: 
Optimist. Chisel Chips: "Young in limbs, 
in judgment old." Echoes of a hero brother. 
Sturdy strength of his own. Journeyman 
Jobs: Dry wil. Original testimonies. Fol- 
lowing the Chase — or hunting in pairs. 
Masterpiece: Spreading courage. 







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DONALD MacNEIL 

A. B., Philosophy, Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 1. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4, President 4. Literature 
Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Meistersingers 2. Senior Class 
Treasurer. 

Craft: Literary Philosopher. Pattern: Will 
equals way. Chisel Chips: "I read it in the 
grammar long ago." "My unconquerable 
soul." Early riser. Journeyman Jobs: 
"What stature is she of? — Just as high as 
my heart." Traveling hopefully; gathering 
momentum; reaching the goal. Vision of 
service. Masterpiece: Determined devo- 
tion. 






CARMELA McCURDY 

A. B., Mathematics 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club 1, 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2. Future Teachers of America 3. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. Greenbook 1. Nautilus Staff 3. 
Freshmen Scholarship 1. Albany District Scholar- 
ship 2. 

Craft: Keeping Step with a Scientist. Pat- 
tern: To the Manner Born. Chisel Chips: 

Modest, soft-voiced. Dark charm. Thought- 
ful. Journeyman Jobs: "Like will to like" 
(brains). Or, "Opposites attract" (com- 
plexions)? Deeps unplumbed. Self-control. 
Masterpiece: "That untraveled world." 
And a vision to reach. 

DAVID McSAVANEY 

A. B., Philosophy 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Bowne Philosophical 
Society 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3. Baseball 
1 , 2, 3, 4. "N" Club 3, 4. All Star Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Freshman Class Vice-President. 

Craft: Scholar — Awaking. Pattern: Honest 
growth. Chisel Chips: "An honest soul as 
ever broke bread." "Never taxed for 
speech." "What? I love? I sue? I seek a 
wife?" Journeyman Jobs: Captured by 
Christ. "Steel true and blade strong." 
"Learning by Experience." Masterpiece: 
A Bracing Gospel. 






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SHIRLEY MARTIN 

A. B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 2. Meister- 
singers 1. Volleyball 1, 2, 3. Greenbook 1. Nauti- 
lus 1, 3. Campus Camera 1. 

Craft: Collegiate — Christian. Pattern: 
Committed. Chisel Chips: "The April's in 
her eyes; it is love's spring." Storm under 
calm? Journeyman Jobs: Facing issues 
the hard way. Extra-curricular pulls. No 
grind. "Roy." Masterpiece: Together for 
God. 



MINNIE MAYES 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Future Teachers of 
America 4, Chaplain 4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4. 
Prospective Missionary Society 3. Student Missionary 
Society 3, 4, Secretary 4. Meistersingers 4. House 
Council 3, 4, President 4. Allentown Bible School 1, 2. 

Craft: A Christian First. Pattern: Gentle 
firmness. Chisel Chips: "That temple, 
they fair mind." Demure — deceptively. A 
pinch of spice, a spark of wit. Journey- 
man Jobs: Munro Hall girls. "Brains as 
well as beans and brown bread." High 
principles. Masterpiece: Good as gold — 
and good for something. 



MARJORIE MERRITTS 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Kappa I, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 3, 4. Future 
Teachers of America 3. Meistersingers 2. Basket- 
ball 2. 

Craft: BuilderEducational. Pattern: Whole- 
some. Chisel Chips: "Silence is golden." 
Flashes of fun. Plenty of animation to 
draw on. Journeyman Jobs: Pluck for 
the grind. "Duty — daughter of the voice of 
God." Masterpiece: The perfect school- 
room. 



BARBARA MILSTEAD 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. Literature 
Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2, 3. Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 1, 2, 3. "N" Club 3, 4. 
Greenbook Associate Editor 1. Nautilus 1, 4, Proof 
Editor 4. Campus Camera 2, 3, 4, Proof Editor 3, 4. 
Washington-Philadelphia Scholarship 2, 4. Freshman 
Scholarship 1. 

Craft: General Efficiency. Pattern: Un- 
ruffled accuracy. Chisel Chips: Few 

words. Clockwork promptness. "Concise." 
"A sharp mind in a velvet sheath." 
Journeyman Jobs: A-regular; Fidelis 
regular; Spanish and Lit regular. "Calm 
observer of ought and must." Well-stored 
brain. Masterpiece: Gifts in us for God. 








RICHARD MOBERG 
A. B., History 

Zeta 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Houghton Col- 
lege 1. 

Craft: Historiography. Pattern: Achieve- 
ment by genius. Chisel Chips: "Learn 
enough to be a good student." "The late 
Mr. Moberg." Hair of a poet. Journey- 
man Jobs: Hard labor behind the scenes 
— off campus. Classes on the fringes. 
Masterpiece: Adequacy. 





BETTY MONTGOMERY 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Astronomy Club 1. Psychology 2. 
Literature 3. Future Teachers of America 1, 2. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 4. 
Meistersingers 2, 3. 

Craft: Husband-inspiration. Pattern: Quiet 
energy. Chisel Chips: Serious with a 
smile. "Her sunny locks hang on her 
temple like a golden fleece." Journey- 
man Jobs: "Bonny sweet Robin is all my 
joy." Masterpiece: "What Every Woman 
Knows." 





VAUNDA MOORE 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3. 

Craft: Follower of a Vision — unparaded. 
Pattern: Intensity in leash. Chisel Chips: 
Off-campus schedule. Anti-Speech. "She 
hath no tongue — she chides with thinking." 
Journeyman Jobs: Lit concentrate. Gos- 
pel of labor. "Do ye nexte thynge." 
Capped volcano. Masterpiece: Canadian 
explorer pedagogical. 




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BERNARD MULLEN 

A. B., English 

Delta 1 , 2, 3, President 3. Speech Club 1. Astronomy 
Club 2. Literature Club 3. Evangelistic Association 
1, 2. Greenbook 1, Business Manager 1. Campus 
Camera 1, 2. Teacher's College, Graduate. 

Craft: Christian - with - a - Smile. Pattern: 
Loads laughed off. Chisel Chips: "It 
ain't no use putting up your umbrella till it 
rains." "Wit's peddler, and retails his 
wares." Impossible schedule worked. Jour- 
neyman Jobs: Poetry enthusiasms. Fam- 
ily tradition; Thinks for himself. "The soul 
of sound good fellowship." Masterpiece: 
Teacher dynamic. 

ETHEL MULLEN 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Fine Arts 1. Litera- 
ture Club 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of America 1 . 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Meistersingers 1. 
Greenbook, 1, Editor 1. Nautilus 3, 4, Editor 3, 
Literary Editor 4. Campus Camera 2, 4. Who' 
Who 4. 

Craft: Happy Co-ed. Pattern: Versatility. 
Chisel Chips: Brothers in the offing. Very 
much herself. History acquired interest. 
Merry eyes. Many iron? Journeyman 
Jobs: Famous political campaign. "We 
were young, we were merry, we were 
very, very wise." Masterpiece: Heritage 
claimed. Text-Book-Record-Book-Book-of 
Memories — Book of Life. 

CHARLES O'DONNELL 

A. B., Philosophy 

Zeta 3, 4. 

Craft: Builder of the Kingdom. Pattern: 
Encouraging. Chisel Chips: Broad smile. 
"My lady and my wife!" Navy past. Jour- 
neyman Jobs: Chemist turned preacher. 
"Who would not follow if he heard Him 
call?" Solid work. Masterpiece: A good 
joy — well done. 







WILLARD PETERSON 

A. B., Psychology 

North Park Theology School 1, 2. 

Craft: "A goode man of religioun." Pat- 
tern: "First he wrought." Chisel Chips: 
Sunlit countenance. Community charge. 
Lady with a lucky name. Journeyman 
Jobs: Pastoral calls. Winning smile. Friendly 
parson. Masterpiece: A stirred satisfied 
parish. 




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ALLEN RAY 

A. B., Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Craft: Idea! Husband. Pattern: Stable 
Equilibrium". Chisel Chips: Office calls — 
"Jackie." Spare speech. The quiet man 
from Roaring Springs. Journeyman Jobs: 
Theologian and practiser. Holiness in the 
Bible. Christian home. Masterpiece: For 
Sacrifice or Service. 





PAUL RUNDLETT 

B. S., Music 

Sigma 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir Director 2. 

Craft: Ministry of Music. Pattern: Service 
— Excellence. Chisel Chips: "Music hath 
charms." Grandfather preacher heritage; 
mother music heritage. Journeyman Jobs: 
The "Gibson girl." Church program — 
E.N.C. hours — B. U. hours — etc., etc., etc. 
"Weighs time even to the utmost grain." 
Masterpiece: A gift invested. 





JEANNE ST. PIERRE 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 
4, 5, Secretary 3. Fine Arts Club 2. Missionary As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Future Teachers of America 
2, 3, 4, 5. Meistersingers 1. A Cappella 2, 3, 4, 5. 
W. E. N. C. 4. 

Craft: Lay Evangelist. Pattern: Beside all 
waters. Chisel Chips: Jolly smile. Strong 
soprano. Willing worker. "A good heart's 
worth gold." Journeyman Jobs: Long- 
term secretary-treasurer. Boston Chapel. 
The steady pull. The children for God. 
Masterpiece: Ready for service — always. 




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CYNTHIA SMITH 

A. B. ; Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, 
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 1. Astronomy 
Club 1. Psychology Club 2. Literature Club 3, 4. 
Future Teachers of America 1. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
"N" Club 4. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 3. Campus 
Camera 3. 

Craft: Talent Potential. Pattern: Casual. 
Chisel Chips: "Catch, ere she change, the 
Cynthia of the minute." Slow smile — teas- 
ing drawl — "the light of a dark eye." 
Journeyman Jobs: "To be up late is to 
be up late." Standards. "When a woman 
will — ." Dawning purpose. Masterpiece: 
Channeled power. 

STERLING SMITH 

A. B., Economics 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3. Astronomy Club 
2, 3. Baseball 1. Greenbook 1, Business Manager. 
Nautilus 3, 4, Business Manager 4. W.E.N.C. 1, 2, 
Student Council Representative 1. Class Treasurer 

2, 3. 

Craft: Business. Pattern: Sterling skill — 
and worth. Chisel Chips: "O good my 
Lord, no Latin!" "Excellent pith; Fate tried 
to conceal him by naming him Smith." 
Schoolboy complexion. Journeyman Jobs: 
Campus general business manager. "Mas- 
terly inactivity." "Affairs of love." Maine 
loyalist. Masterpiece: Christian economics. 

GEORGIANNA SPAITE 

A. B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 1, 2. Literature Club 

3, 4. Future Teachers of America 1, 2. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3. Greenbook 1. Nautilus 4. Class 
secretary 3. 

Craft: Doing with her Might. Pattern: 
Whole-souled sincerity. Chisel Chips: 
Direct. "Sugar and spice and all things 
nice." Lit by Types addict. Journeyman 
Jobs: "My heart is all a-flutter like the 
washing on the line." Set to do right. "A 
bit of nonsense now and then?" Master- 
piece: Best of Ohio to best of Maine. 







RAYMOND THORPE 

A. B., Theology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. Pros- 
pective Missionary Society 1, 2. Ministerial Associa- 
tion 3. Football 1, 2. Baseball 1, 2. 

Craft: Sturdy Christian. Pattern: Faith plus 
Works. Chisel Chips: "Wont to speak 
plain and to the purpose." Staunch convic- 
tions. Happy double-harness. Journey- 
man Jobs: "The truth — and nothing but 
the truth." Lifting horizons and growing 
confidence. Masterpiece: A God-led life. 




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SHIRLEY THORPE 

A. B., Literature 

Delta 2, 3, 4. Missionary Training Institute 1. Evan- 
gelistic Association. Prospective Missionary Society 2. 
Student, Faculty Wives Fellowship 3, 4 — President 4. 
Akron District Scholarship 4. 

Craft: Christian Scholar. Pattern: The Best. 
Chisel Chips: "So sure and excellent a 
wit." Discriminating. True sense of values. 
Journeyman Jobs: Choosing the chal- 
lenge. Correlating ideas. Christian touch- 
stone method. "Though she bends him, she 
obeys him?" Masterpiece: "With all thy 
mind." 





ANCEL TIKASINGH 
A. B., Social Science 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Club 2. Psychology Club 
3, 4, President 4. College Missionary Society 3, 
Prospective Missionary Society 3. 

Craft: Educator Abroad. Pattern: High- 
level performance. Chisel Chips: Shining 
face. Good cheer — "a brave thing and 
true." Journeyman Jobs: Industry up- 
stairs and down. "Journeys end in lovers 
meeting." Masterpiece: America's am- 
bassador of good will. 





JOHN WAGNER 

A. B., Philosophy 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Freshman Class Treasurer 1. Junior 
Class — S. C. Representative 3. N. Y. P. S. Treasurer 2. 
Washington-Philadelphia District Scholarship 3. 
Speech Club 2. Biology Club 2. Bowne Philosophy 
Club 4, President 2. "N" Club 3, 4, President 4. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 1, 2, 3. Zeta Society 
President 3. 

Craft: Preacher a-Making. Pattern: Con- 
stancy. Chisel Chips: "Boy eternal." 
Faithful lover. Adonis-Timothy combina- 
tion. Journeyman Jobs: Life in a trailer. 
Youth Week evangelist. Masterpiece: 
Fisher of men. 





SENIORS 



Barbara slides near the Elms. 



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GORDON WETMORE 

A. B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. Philosophy Club 2, 3. 
Literature Club 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. A Cappella 1, 2, 
President 2. Quartets 1, 2, 3. Greenbook 1. Nauti- 
lus, Associate Editor 2, 3. Christian Service Scholar- 
ship 1. District Scholarship 2, 3. Freshman Class 
President. Student Council Representative 2. 

Craft: Answering the Call. Pattern: For 
Christian service and true chivalry. Chisel 
Chips: "A. J." Lit philosophical. Steady, 
clear eyes. Job — Faust — Prometheus. 
Journeyman Jobs: Quartets. High-grade 
work. "How angel-like he sings." "There is 
a Balm in Gilead." An education — degree 
incidental. Masterpiece: God's blueprint 
executed. 

HERBERT WHITE 

A. B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Craft: Bridge-Builder Spiritual. Pattern: 
Ambassador for Christ. Chisel Chips: 
Hard work and sound. Commuter — Mes- 
senger. Proud Pater-familias. Journey- 
man Jobs: "If it be a man's work, I'll do 
it." "Keep a' goin'." Masterpiece: A 
truly Christian ministry. 






JUNE WOODBRIDGE 

B. S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 1. Psychology Club 
2, 3. Future Teachers of America 1 , 2, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. A Cappella 1, 2. Albany Scholar- 
ship 2. 

Craft: Better Half. Pattern: "Study to be 
quiet!" Chisel Chips: Fair curls and strong 
face — and spirit. Journeyman Jobs: "I 
think good thoughts while others write 
good words." "Makes herself necessary — 
period. Masterpiece: Philosopher's lode- 
star. 





WALTER WOODBRIDGE 

A. B., Psychology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2, 3. Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 3. A Cappella 3. 

Craft: Theologue. Pattern: Equanimity? or 
Steady Faith. Chisel Chips: Philosophic- 
ally "minded. "What is the wherefore of 
man?" Journeyman Jobs: Cheerful smile. 
Quiet progress. "Marriage — it's fun!" 
Masterpiece: God's assignment. 



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WILLIAM YEAGER 

A. B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 1. Philosophy 
Club 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
College Missionary Society 1, 2, 3. Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4. Basketball 3. Washington- 
Philadelphia District Scholarship 3. Who's Who 4. 
President Student Council 3. Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4. 

Craft: Campaigner for God. Pattern: En- 
thusiasm. Chisel Chips: "King of smiles." 
Himself — no second copy. Trusted. One of 
these busy men. Journeyman Jobs: "He 
works and blows the coals and has plenty 
of other irons in the fire." Campus interests. 
Wins friends and influences people. Mas- 
terpiece: "A house by the side of the 
road." 

ROGER YOUNG 

A. B., History 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 2, 3, 4. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 
Basketball 1, 2. Football 1. Freshman Scholarship 1. 
Alumni Scholarship 3. Who's Who 4. Sophomore 
Class President 2. Student Council President 4. 
Student Council Representative 1, 2. 

Craft: Statesman. Pattern : Integrity. Chisel 
Chips: Radiating smile. Subtle wit. Patri- 
cian strain. Journeyman Jobs: Campaign 
oratory. Genius for administration. Spir- 
itual keenness. Equilibrium* "Had it any 
been but she — " Masterpiece: Christo et 
Ecclesiae. 

PAUL ZEIGLER 

A. B., History 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Philosophy Club 3. History Club 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4. Meistersingers 3. Campus 
Camera 4, Business Manager 4. Christian Service 
Scholarship 4. Allentown Bible College 1. Junior 
Class Chaplain. 

Craft: Soul Winner. Pattern: New Testa- 
ment Christian. Chisel Chips: Fervent 
prayers; warm testimonies; ardor that 
doesn't wane. Open face. Good brains. 
Journeyman Jobs: Amen Corner. "To 
talk with God no breath is lost." "Such a 
constant lover." Masterpiece: A revived 
church. 






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FREDA LAU 

B. S., Nursing 

Delta 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 1. Psychology 2, 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1 , 2, 3. Harrisburg School 
of Nursing. 

Craft: Healing. Pattern: Good nature. 
Chisel Chips: Old friend returned. Dis- 
pensary hours. Journeyman Jobs: Band- 
ages and aspirins. Indispensable. "Inas- 
much as to the least." Masterpiece: 
"Where he leads." 



JACK MacCRACKEN 
Craft: Social Builder. Pattern: Golden 
Rule. Chisel Chips: Enormous intellectual 
appetite. Omnivorous consumer of sug- 
gested reading. Mature perspective. Jour- 
neyman Jobs: Practical philosopher. 
Profiteer of time. Kindly critic. Ph.D. in the 
making. Masterpiece: "Success — chemical 
compound of man with moment" — he 
makes his moment. 



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WHO'S 
WHO 



Seven outstanding students have been 
elected as representatives of Eastern 
Nazarene College in Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities. They have been out- 
standing in their scholarship, leader- 
ship, participation in extra-curricular 
activities and Christian character and 
influence. We are confident that they 
will prove to be of future usefulness to 
society. 



Joseph Williamson 





William Yeager 



Roger Young 



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JUNIORS 



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Just one year to go! 

Thanksgiving gave us a chance to prove our- 
selves in the traditional Junior chapel. We were a 
little shaky, but felt that the real message of 
thanksgiving was given. 

It seems we have been in the spotlight a lot — 
reception for the Seniors after their trip, Junior- 
Senior activities and finally ushering and carrying 
flowers at the Commencement Exercises. We've 
worked hard but have been amply rewarded by 
the thanks of the Seniors for one of the best Junior- 
Senior Days E. N. C. has ever had. 

As we've met together in our prayer-meetings, 
we have thanked God for three good years and 
asked His blessing on our last year. 



Seated: L. Flick, Secretary; G. Pankow, Vice President. Standing: G. 
Young, Treasurer; D. Grosse, S. C. Representative; R. Quanstrom, President; 
Professor Gery, Faculty Advisor; R. Crew, Chaplain. 






Junior Chapel 



Roy Quanstrom, (upper left) President, gives his 
message of challenge to the student body and 
faculty at the annual Junior Chapel at Thanks- 
giving. Gladys Pankow (upper left) reads The 
First Thanksgiving, and Nancy Sanford (second) 
sings "Makes His Praise Glorious." A compiled 
scripture reading is given by Jane Schlosser (third). 
John Sipes, Paul Schurman, David MacPherson, and 
Emerson Twining (lower left) sing "A Prayer of 
Thanksgiving." 



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Phyllis Collins 



Ivan Cousins 




Waiting for the wagon. Jim Irwin and Lois Flick capture 
the spot-light by their antics. 



Barbara Hemmings 



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Robert Crew 



William Davis 



Emily Earnhart 



Lois Flick 



Eugene Frantz 



David Grosse 



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Joe Larrabee 



Dick Lehto 




John Rigden attempts to work out an experiment as he 
holds his breath so the scales will remain balanced. 



James McCloy 



Ann Littlefield 



Robert Lynch 



Beverly MacNiell 




Dave MacPherson 







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DeLysle Henry in a comfortable study position for an 
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Paul Schurman 



Dorcas Silver 



Orlando Silver 




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Albert Wakefield 



Charles Wakefield 



Gail Weischedel 




Dave McSavaney finds the grind of college life just 
"too much." 



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Fred Wenger 



Tyler Wooster 



Gordon Young 



Camera Shy Juniors 



Richard Anderson 
Oscar Eller 
Willord Grace 
John Sipes 
Juanita Strofman 
Mabel Walters 
Robert Walters 
Jerome Wetmore 
Betty Young 



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SOPHOMORE 




Our second year started with a bang — in the 
direction of the freshman! We felt we gave 
them the best welcome yet and it was a good 
chance to get acquainted with the "greenies." 

Faxon Park was the scene of our fall out- 
ing and the fun and fellowship were worth 
the hours of planning. 

Whether working together for a successful 
Freshman-Sophomore outing, studying to- 
gether for a Lit. by Types exam, or praying 
together for a campus-wide revival, we were 
united toward a common goal — to prove 
ourselves worthy upperclassmen of E. N. C. 

At the end of a good year we are looking 
forward to an even better year as Juniors. 



Council 



Joan Stetson, Secretary; Bill Whitehead, President; Clyde Haas, Student 
Council Representative; Doris Biggs, Vice-President; Pat North, Treasurer. 



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Music, Music, Music for Wes and Ruth 





D. Wilson and Jim attempt to find the motor. 



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R. Basham 


D. Biggs 


C. Burgess 


J. Burley 


H. Cogswell 


D. Cook 




M. E. Boshart 
J. Carlson 



R. Bray 
W. Chambers 



D. Brown 

D. Clingerman 





M. Corrie 


C. Crofford 


N. Crouse 


J. Deem 


S. Frerz 


C. Garlow 



W. Ellison 
J. Gidney 



B. Fountain 
H. Goodwin 



J. Fox 



G. Gressett 



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R. Landers 
N. Lockwood 



G. Lanfz 
G. Lord 



G. Lashley 
A. Lovely 



G. Kottis W. Krutenat 

M. Laurie D. Lenfest 

R. M. MacDonald F. MacMillan 




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E. Mann 
M. Moore 



E. McKenzie 
W. Mullen 



R. Mickel 

V. Nickerson 



R. Miller 
P. North 



J. Moron 
H. Parker 




E. Patmore 



B. Phillips 




R. Plunkert 
J. Shinault 



M. Pyne 
W. Sever 




W. Pynn 
J. Sheets 






A. Rose 
B. Shields 



R. Russell 
C. Skillings 




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R. Speakman 
A. Straw 



W. Speakman 
R. Thatcher 



I. Stanford 
C. Wagner 



J. Stetson 
D. Wanner 



V. Stewart 
G. Waugh 




Camera Shy: 



D. Bradley 
J. Costley 
K. Heaton 
J. Laudermilk 
A. Smith 



M. Buell 

J. Couchenour 

A. Koury 

B. Robinson 




W. Whitehead 



B. Wright 





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FRESHMAN 




Starched pigtails, early morning serenades, 
breakfast a la blindfold — fun that did much 
to drive away any feeling of loneliness and 
misgivings with which we approached this 
year, and made us realize that this was now 
our class and these were now our friends — 
we were a part of E. N. C. 

We found that a balanced life was neces- 
sary in order to get all that E. N. C. offered us. 
Western Civ., Rhetoric themes, O. T. exams, 
were balanced by Friday night programs, 
dates, basketball games, class outings to the 
Blue Hills, Monday night prayer meetings, 
chapel and revivals. 

The Freshman-Sophomore outing this spring 
was not only fun, but it made us realize 
that we would soon be Sophomores with 
added responsibility and standing — at least 
in the eyes of next year's freshman. 



Left to right: R. Schubert, J. Long, L. Stein, J. Smith, H. Chambers, D. Peoples. 



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Two freshmen fight over the same 
cup of coffee. 




Merritt Mann gives Joyce Strang her 
first shower of the year. 



New fad — drink your cereal and 
spoon your coffee. 

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L. Altic 

J. Andrews 



R. Albright 



W. Albright 



C. Allen 



S. Ashline 



C. Bagshaw 



R. Bambling 




R. Andrews 



M. Bolland 



D. Booth 



P. Bonner 



D. Benner 



D. Blackwell 




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A. Bouchard 
J. Bradley 



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F. Brake 



W. Briggs 








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Joe Andrews and Janet Long exchange glances. 




G. Bruck 



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R. Burke 




L. Burns 



J. Burton 



J. Cushing 



J. Davis 



M. Durkee 



I. Duvall 



B. Dyment 





K. Butts 


C. Caldwell 
R. Calhoun 








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D. Crispell 






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W. Edwards 



D. Dube 




This is Thelma Benner! 



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B. Farber 



R. Faxon 



J. Fischmann 



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P. Garron 



P. Fleogal 



M. Foss 




C. Gailey 



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M. Goodnow 

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D. Green 



G. Haas 



A. Hagerup 
J. Harding 
W. Harris 



The cider jug is tipped, Glenn and Bonnie pay no at- 
tention. Sigma hayride. 



R. Gale 



P. German 





R. Hersh 



D. Herron 



J. Holcomb 



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J. Long 



C. Lord 



B. Loveless 



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R. MacDonald 



M. Mann 



E. Johnson 




M. Manchester 



J. Kehm 




D. Wilson has just finished a huge frappe. Ty Wooster 
and Jim Laudermilk look at the Camera, Bill Dyment is 
bashful. 



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C. May 



R. Metcalfe 




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N. Mucci 



J. Mullen 



J. Mollica 



P. Mosgrove 



J. Parker 



C. Pe 



J. Pendleton 



D. Peoples 



K. Raisley 



Gene Haas thinks. Roger Speakman sleeps over coffee. 
Ron Williams reads the mail. 




R. Poole 



R. Ricketts 



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C. Rogers 



N. Sutton 



J. Rose 



J. Sonford 



R. Stiefel 



F. Stiles 



R. Schubert 
W. Shene 





J. Smith 
M. D. Snell 
L. Stornes 



J. Taylor 



M. Thorp 



E. Sims 



D. Slaughenhaupt 



D. Smith 



H. Stillman 



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M. Treyz 



N. Vecchione 



B. Word 



F. Tysinger 



W. Tubbs 




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Freshman Trio: Merlene Bolland, Ruth Andrews, JoAnn Roberts. 




Freshman Quartet: Gerald Caswell, Luther Starnes, Ronnie Williams, Joe 
Andrews. 



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GREENBOOK 







Seated: I. Styers, M. Goodnow, D. Crispell, M. Bolland, R. Ricketts. Stand- 
ing: S. Cleckner, R. Albright, L. Starnes, M. Mann, G. Caswell, J. Irwin, 
L. Gander. 



Luther Starnes, Editor. 



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SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 




Front Row: C. Williams, L. Smith, I. Lucas, P. Kane. 
Back Row: C. Lucas, R. Correia, M. Fetter, P. Murphy. 



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D. Anderson 



E. Fields 



J. Frederick 



B. Gery 



SPECIAL 




E. Laudermilk 



J. Leazott 



STUDENTS 



D. Mattmueller 



G. Propst 




R. Sullivan 



R. Taylor 



N. Wetzel 

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ACADEMY 



Council 




Professor Cameron, Faculty Advisor; S. Bowman, Presi- 
dent, D. Pettengill, Vice President, R. Bowman, S. C. Rep- 
resentative. 



Eastern Nazarene Academy with a September enrollment of 
twenty-seven has enjoyed many good times this year. Outings, 
historical tours, fun at Cameron's, and uniting in prayer on 
Monday nights have been a part of the activities that have 
made us feel a oneness in work and play. E. N. A. owes 
much to Mrs. Nease, our principal; Mr. Cameron, our faculty 
advisor; and to the other teachers who have helped prepare 
us for college. The Christian atmosphere has been invaluable 
in setting our feet on the right path. 



FACULTY 




Esther Blaney 



Carolyn McEachern 



James Cameron 



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Alice Kauffman 



Madeline N. Nease 




J. Ezold 



R. Penrod 



R. Ware 



N. Yeager 







SENIORS 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 




Seared: L. Gomes, B. Bowman, D. Shea. 
Standing: W. Haselton, S. Bowman, R. Bowman. 



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P. Bambling 
D. Brumagin 
J. Croley 
G. Faile 
C. Grate 
R. Phillips 



BIBLE CERTIFICATE 




A specialized Bible training course designed to 
meet the requirements of the ministerial course of 
study and enable more to preach the Gospel, has 
become a vital part of E. N. C. In its fourth year, 
this small but strong group is giving its best for His 
utmost. 



Council 

Seated: Rev. William Taylor, Rev. Nathan Adams. 
Standing: G. Faile, D. Brumagin, President, C. Grate, 
R. Phillips, J. Croley. 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Who's going to win, squaws or braves? 



PARTY 




Sh'Boom Garlow making her appeal 




Father and daughter outside teepee 




Sons of Thunder singing "Pale Moon" 





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Tug of war? 




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Patricia Gibson, Pianist; Paul Rundlett, Orchestra Direc- 
tor; Olive B. Marple, Organist. 



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MESSIAH 




James Young, Bass Soloist; Esther D. Williamson, Director, 
Contralto Soloist; Betty J. MacPherson, Soprano Soloist; 
Leon Everleth, Tenor Soloist. 




LAVENDER 




Jeanette Morehead and Dallas Mucci reign over the "Lavender Blue" formal. 



BLUE 







John Carlson and "Some Day My Prince Will Come." 




Don Quixote and Sancho read of the Knights of the Garter. 




'Beautiful Copenhagen" and Quixote's windmill. 




OPEN 



HOUSE 



On Thanksgiving Day the students 
were invited to visit Dr. Mann's new 
home. This house will serve as the 
home for any president who may 
follow our present top executive. 

The students presented the Presi- 
dent with a painting of an old cov- 
ered bridge from his native Ver- 
mont which was hung above the fire- 
place and is pictured in the extreme 
upper right hand corner of page 



Enter! 




Nancy and Dave have finished their tour of the house. 

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PRESIDENTS 




Bobby poses for the camera during the melee of Open House. 



Miss Young, president's secretary, and Mrs. Mann 
pour coffee for the hungry mob. 




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Roger Young, President 

"From the shores of Gitche Gumee, 

To the halls of E. N. C. " 

Squaws, braves, head-dresses, feathers, "Song of Hiawatha" with a few 
modern interpretations, cider, apples and cookies, all combined with a 
few war whoops to make the Squaw-Hawkins Fall Party at Four-River 
Club House a "heap-big" success. 

Earlier in the year Erno Balough, famed pianist, presented a concert 
to raise funds for a grand piano for the school. 

On Thanksgiving Day the faculty and students united under leadership 
from the Council to stage "Open House" for President and Mrs. Mann at 
their new home where they were presented with a lovely gift. 

The Christmas and formal Spring parties added zest to the rest of 
the year's activity. Students and faculty alike again cooperated to help 
the campus wear its "new-look" after the annual clean-up, Campus 
Day. 

A representative group of students and a faculty member compose 
the Council whose chief function is to discuss suggestions, ideas, or prob- 
lems from the student body and formulate them into action. Improved 
campus life is the goal of such en undertaking. 




Aldine John, Vice-President 




Council in session 



Roger Young, President; Aldine John, Vice- 
President; William Yeager, Senior; David 
Grosse, Junior; Clyde Haas, Sophomore; 
Richard Schubert, Freshman; Ray Bowman, 
Academy; Thomas Starnes, ThB.; David 
Brumagin, Bible Certificate; Robert Landers, 
Delta; David Daniels, Kappa; John Sipes, 
Sigma; Karl Retter, Zeta; Ora Hedges, W. E. 
N. C; Janette Morehead, Nautilus; Robert 
Lynch, Camera; Paul Rundlett, Clubs; Mel- 
Thomas Rothwell, Advisor. 




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STAFF 



Dallas Mucci, Editor 



Dallas Mucci, Editor-in-chief; Sterling Smith, 
Business Manager; Sandra Hamlin, Associate 
Editor (Layout); Ethel Mullen, Associate Edi- 
tor (Script); Gordon Young, Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager; Clinton Bagshaw, Photogra- 
pher; Jerrold Ketner, Sports Editor; Janette 
Morehead, Religious Editor. 

Staff Writers: Dorothy Austin, Lois Flick, 
Pershing Parker, Jane Schlosser, Maylou 
Williamson. Art Staff: Doris Mattmueller, Ga- 
len Waugh, Charles Williams. Secretary to 
Business Manager: Georgianna Spaite. Typ- 
ists: Carolyn Garlow, Shirley Martin, Nancy 
Sanford, Juanita Strotman. Advertising Assist- 
ants: John Carlson, David Grosse. Proof Edi- 
tor: Barbara Milstead. 








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NAUTILUS 



Trying to find the pulse of a "spirit" is diffi- 
cult, but once captured it is an enduring 
thing. A good yearbook must contain this 
spirit. The NAUTILUS staff has done all in its 
power to capture the "spirit" or the "soul" 
of our campus this academic year 1 954-55. 

Late hours, candles after "Carol" had gone, 
meeting deadlines, but most of all hard work 
by the entire staff has made possible a publi- 
cation which we hope has captured those 
small things constituting E. N. C.'s "spirit." 

We hope the 1955 NAUTILUS makes a 
book of memories that will be meaningful to 
everyone. 




Sterling Smith, Business Manager 





Gordon Young, Assistant Business Manager 



Dave, Merlene, Georgie, and Sandy 
attempt to type some copy 




Alvin H. KaufFman, Advisor 




Gail Weischedel, Editor 



CAMPUS 



Every other Wednesday night, when the 
Campus Camera slides under your door, do 
you ever stop to think of all the "blood, 
sweat, and tears" which have gone into its 
preparation? 

Deadlines, the dread spectre haunting all 
editors, must be met, and tiresome routines 
must be followed. 




Barbara Hemmings, Associate Editor Barbara Milstead, Proof Editor 



Plans are laid out, assignments made, and 
reporters go snooping. A week quickly passes, 
and assignments are due. Editor and crew go 
into action rewriting the hackneyed copy, 
while typists pound far into the night. 

Galley proofs finally come back from the 
printer. The layout crew switch, shift and 
squeeze to make the copy fit. Headline edi- 
tors wrack their brains for the right punch- 
line. The business manager is at last on his 
way to the printer's with the paper-to-be. 

Rated by the Associated Collegiate Press 
as a first-class college paper, we feel that 
the Campus Camera is well worth a few 
headaches and late hours. 




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CAMERA 



STAFF 



Editor, Gail Weischedel; Associate Editor, 
Barbara Hemmings; Business Manager, Paul 
Zeigler; Headline Editors, Beverly Ashline, 
Chuck Gailey, Janice Gidney; Proof Editor, 
Barbara Milstead; Columnists, Aldine John, 
Ethel Mullen, Al Wakefield, Jerry Wetmore; 
Feature Editor, Pat North; Sports Editors, 
Jerry Ketner, Bob Lynch, Doris Biggs, Nancy 
Lockwood; Sports Columnist, Dallas Mucci; 
Reporters, Beverly Ashline, Mary Ellen Boshart, 
Paul German, Esther Johnson, Nancy Lock- 
wood, Doris Mattmueller, Carol May, Jean 
Moran, Pershing Parker; Artist, Chuck Wil- 
liams; Typists, Joyce Bradley, Joan Stetson. 




Paul Zeigler, Business Manager 




Reporters getting their assignments 




Wednesday night and part of the staff looks over their work 



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Delta 
Society 

Council 



Sealed: R. Landers, B. Mullen, E. 
Mullen, B. Church. Standing: 
J. Laudermilk, A. J. Clark, 
R. Lynch. 




Kappa 
Society 

Council 

Sealed: J. Stetson, C. Smith, 
D. McSavaney, H. Young. 
Standing: D. Daniels, W. Mullen. 




Sigma 
Society 

Council 



Seated: D. Webb, W. Chambers, 
N. Sanford. Standing: S. Truitt, 
D. MacPherson, D. Blaney, 
C. Haas. 




Council 

Seated: J. Deem, J. Bergers, 

B. Ashline. Standing: C. Bradley, 

J. Cramer, J. Wagner, K. Retter. 






Front Row: M. Pyne, J. Moran, E. Gonterro, C. Skillings, R. Lynch, J. Carlson, Professor Babcock, L. 
Flick, S. Henck, C. Garlow. Middle Row: M. Snell, V. Burgess, O. Hedges, S. Hamlin, D. Smith, C. 
May, E. Henck, M. Boshart, R. Bray. Back Row: V. Nickerson, P. Schurman, J. Shook, D. Henry, C. 
Gailey, D. Penney, W. Kelvington, M. Hassell, F. Brake. 

Biology Association 

The Biology Association is a permanent organization of all Biology students 
who wish to further their study of the biological sciences through field trips, 
visual aids, and study projects. The field trips for the purpose of studying the 
flora and fauna native to our country usually ended up in a gay picnic. One of 
the most interesting of the many projects was the making of plaster models 
of functions and parts of the organisms studied. 




Front Row: V. Agwada, E. Frantz, I. Styers, D. MacNeil, W. Sever, D. Daniels, R. Cubie. Back Row : 
D. MacPherson, R. Mosgrove, W. Ellison, K. Gibbs, D. McSavaney, M. Bedor, C. Williams, J. Mori, 
Professor Rothwell. 

Bowne Philosophical 

The Bowne Philosophical Society is a permanent organization of students in- 
terested in philosophy and theology. Throughout the year the society heard 
several faculty speakers besides such outside speakers as Father John J. 
Rock from Boston College who spoke on "The Philosophy of Communism An- 
swered by St. Thomas Aquinas." 



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Front Row: G. Mann, J. Rigdon, D. Anderegg, E. Howard, Professor Maybury, J. Larrabee, V. 
Agwada. Back Row: H. Mickel, R. Bigelow, J. Hodgkiss, A. Koury, W. Krutenat, W. Whitehead, V. 
Stewart, R. Krutenat, R. Cubie, E. Patmore, R. Parry. 

Chemistry Club 

The Chemistry Club has as its objectives the furthering of knowledge and in- 
terest in the fields of chemistry and physics. Besides having discussions and 
films the members visited such places as the Monsanto Chemical Company, 
The Revere Sugar Refinery, and the American Anadising Company. 





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Front Row: J. Bradley, B. Montgomery, Professor Cove, E. Fields, P. Rundlett, B. Fountain, N. Sut- 
ton. Back Row: J. Holcomb, R. Cubie, G. Caswell, D. Smith. 

Fine Arts Club 

The Fine Arts Club had an excellent program planned but the small size of the 
club hindered somewhat its actual activities. Near the beginning of the year 
Barry Wood gave an organ recital partly under the auspices of the club. 
Club members looked at pictures taken by Miss Cove in the West besides 
listening to records of favorite selections. 



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5eated (left to right): C. Rogers, W. Merki, D. Grosse, Professor Smith, G. Pankow, D.Mucci, Y.Akashi, R. Mickel. 
Standing (left to right): R. Cubie, P. Ziegler, P. Parker, D. Henry, Q. Clingerman, F. Pratt, G. Lantz. 

Historical Society 

The Historical Society is new on campus this year. It was organized not only as a depart- 
mental club but as an organization of all students interested in the study of History. Regular 
club nights were spent at Prof. Smith's house as informal gatherings. The year's program in- 
cluded a formal dinner, lectures by prominent historians, discussion groups and field trips. 




Seated (left to right): D. Dinsmore, C. Smith, Dean Munro, J. Kirtz, D. Austin, M. Joy, S. Martin, Professor Spangen- 
berg, B. Mullen, A. John, E. Mullen. Standing (left to right): R. Loomis, A. Jones, C. Clayfor, J. Little, J. Sutton, B. 
Milstead, G. Wetmore, D. MacNeil, L. Harris, J. Morehead, J. Schlosser, D. Clingerman, N. Wetzel, M. Wright, 
B. Ashline. 



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Literature Club 



The Literature Club got off to a good start this year under the leadership of Marvin Joy, 
who has provided interesting and informative programs. Lexington and Concord were 
chosen as the sites of Historical and literary interest to be visited on the fall tour. The group 
met in the Fine Arts Room to listen to recordings of the short stories of Edgar Allen Poe and 
other classics. The highlight of the Christmas Party at Dean Munro's was the reading in 
parts of the play by Dorothy Sayers, "Man Born to be King." 

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Seated (left to right): S. Chase, T. Schweickert, K. Butts, Prof essor Groves, I. Cove, A.Tikasingh, Professor Knowles, 
M. Previere, F. Culver, R. Plunkert. Standing (left to right): J. Strotman, M. Merritts, A. Bouchard, F. Lau, G. Lantz, 
J. Burley, J. Ketner, A. Halberg, M. Mann, R. Speakman, R. Sullivan, C. Haas, W. Speakman, D. Smith, F. Lovejoy. 



Psychology Club 



The primary object of the Psychology Club is to arouse interest in Psychology both in the 
department and the student body. Highlighting the year's activity was a tour of the State 
Hospital at Danvers where diagnoses and various types of therapy were observed and 
studied first-hand. Dr. Bond Woodruff, an exchange Psychology Professor from Olivet 
Nazarene College who took over Dr. Grove's classes for two weeks, was a guest speaker 
for the club. 



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Seated (left to right): M. Boshart, M. Bolland, M. Treyz, B. Wycoff, V. Morse, D. Driggs, Professor Rothwell, 
T. Kosty, N. Mucci, T. Benner. Second row (left to right): E. Peryea, S. Hamlin, C. Garlow, M. Corrie, L. Jones, 
G. Lantz, E. Mann, M. Mann, D. Blackwell, J. Roberts, J. Gidney, J. Deem, D. Smith. Back row (left to right): 
C. Rogers, P. Schurman, B. Mullen, J. Fox, J. Ketner, K. Retter, W. Speakman, R. Speakman, C. Haas, G. Haas. 

Spanish Club 

Las Estrellas, the Spanish Club, centers its activities around the Spanish Department. The 
members observed their annual Christmas party at Mrs. Rothwell's house where Spanish 
and Mexican Yule customs were followed. Very interesting was a Puerto Rican speaker who 
addressed the group in Spanish. 



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Seated: I. Stanford, M. Moore, L. Gomes, J. Mori, O. Burch, C. Burgess, E. Mullen, N. Wilson. 
Standing: F. Culver, V. Agwada, J. Latford, W. Mullen, B. Mullen, F. MacMillan, C. Owen, 
R. Burke, R. Landers, D. Daniels, A. Tikasingh. 

FOREIGN STUDENTS 

North, south, east, west! All four corners of the earth are represented here 
at E. N. C. Our foreign students make us better able to learn the cultures, 
interests, and characteristics of those from other lands. They are a definite 
part of every activity of the school. It is meaningful to hear thanks given at 
the table in Japanese, yet it is fun to rib those south of the Mason Dixon line 
about their "Y'all." Our insights are broadened, equality sharpened, and all 
are glad E. N. C.'s doors are open wide. 




Seated: L. Flick, A. John, M. E. Boshart, Professor Parsons, B. Ashline, A. Rose, R. Plunkert, M. Mayes, 
Professor Groves, M. Insco, M. Treyz, M. Phillippi. Middle Row: T. Benner, J. Schlosser, D. Matt- 
mueller, D. Mosbaugher, M. Corrie, C. Wagner, M. Foss, M. Moore, L. Jones, J. St. Pierre, C. May, 
N. Wilson, C. Claytor, V. Burgess, C. Smith. Top Row: O. Burch, P. Schurman, D. W. Smith, J. Ket- 
ner, S. Truitt, D. Brown, P. North, V. Boch, I. Sryers, D. Crispell, P. Nash, J. Deem, M. Merritts, D. 
Clingerman, E. Mann, H. Henderson. 

FUTURE TEACHER'S ASSOC. 

The project for the year in the Future Teachers of America Association was the 
organization of an F.T.A. in one of the local high schools. Each meeting proved 
to be very interesting and informative. Special speakers included Mr. William I. 
Huslia from the Perkins Institute and the Massachusetts School for the Blind 
who lectured on the various teaching methods used for the blind children. 
Miss June Sigmund from the Mutual Life Insurance Company also presented 
educational movies and demonstrations. 1 32 




A Circus, Open House, and pajama parties all were part of the functions of 
the House Council. It is the student governing body of Munro Hall, designed to 
enforce the rules and keep order in the dormitory. The Circus was an al 
girls party where the students were hostesses to the faculty wives. Open 
House was sponsored by the House Council with prizes awarded for the rooms 
selected as original and collegiate. To welcome the freshmen a pajama party 
was held in the parlor, with games, introductions, and lollipops for everyone. 




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Jeanette Morehead 



Dallas Mucci 



Richard Schubert 



DEBATE 





Sarah Cleckner 



John Carlson 




The very controversial and current question for 
debate this year is "Resolved that the United States 
should extend diplomatic recognition to Communist 
China." A novice team began the season by partici- 
pating in a tournament at Emerson College. The 
first regular tournament was at Tufts College where 
Sarah Cleckner, Dallas Mucci, Janette Morehead, 
and Richard Schubert tied for second place among 
twenty-three colleges. 

Copy had to go to press before the team 
debated at the scheduled tournaments of M. I. T., 
Boston University, and Brooklyn College, New York. 



Roger Speakman 



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WENC 

Student 
Radio 

Station 




Ann Littlefield, Program Director 




Richard Krutenat, Technical Director 



Standing (left to right): Maurice Laurie, Willard Lord, James Davis. 
Seated (left to right): Richard Krutenat, Ann Littlefield, Dorothy Shea. 




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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



The main objective of the A Cappella Choir 
is the tour that is made annually. The choir 
travels during E. N. C's Spring Vacation, and 
represents the school at various churches 
throughout the Eastern Educational Zone. 

Much effort and hard work goes into the 
numbers given. The choir begins early in the 
Fall and works steadily on the numbers to be 
given with the exception of the time spent on 
the Messiah. 

Many new songs were presented this 
year, and a complete section of Negro 
Spirituals was given. Nevertheless, the au- 
diences gave rapt attention from the begin- 
ning strains of Alma Mater to the strong, 
emphatic closing notes of The Creation. 

The route of the choir was a little different 
this year. The tour began in South Portland, 
Maine, working into the Northern New York 
area, continuing on in Ohio, Pennsylvania 
and finally presenting their final service in 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 



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MEISTERSINGERS 



BAND 









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B. Hemmings, C. Gailey, 

B. Ashline, W. Kelvington, 
P. Porker, M. Bolland, 

S. Hamlin, J. Moran, 

C. Caldwell, J. Carlson, 
L. Starnes, G. Caswell, 
W. Haselton, R. Mosgrove 

D. Blaney 



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SINGING FOR E.N.C 




AMBASSADORS Robert Basham, Eldon Rosenberger, Dave Macrnerson, 
John Carlson. 




COLLEGE QUARTET Russ Metcalfe, Jim Fox, John Sipes, Frank Harvey. 




TREBLETTES Carolyn McEachern, Shirley Haselton, Helen Johnson. 



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N" CLUB 



Honorary 
Sports 
Club 




Carroll Bradley, A.M. Director of 
Physical Education, Dean of Men. 




John Wagner, President 



Front Row: S. Truitt, C. Smith, A. J. Clark, B. Milstead, 
D. Austin. Back Row: G. Young, R. Quanstrom, R. Hein- 
lein. Professor Naylor, J. Wagner, D. McSavaney, 
W. Chambers, K. Retter. 




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Football 



ALL STARS 




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DELTA 



Front Row: H. Norris, W. Webb, G. 
Douglas, S. Sides, E. Sims, J. Holcomb, 
R. Lynch. Back Row: C. Williams, J. 
Laudermilk, J. Olson, H. Srillman, R. 
Briggs, W. Briggs. 




Wayne Speakman looks for receiver 



KAPPA 



Front Row: J. Couchenour, R. Parry, 
J. Brown, E. Houlihan, R. Schubert, 
K. Nelson, D. Daniels, P. Schurman, D. 
Henry, J. Ketner, J. Sheets. Back Row: 
D. McSavaney, R. Cubie. 



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SIGMA 



Front Row: J. Irwin, J. Andrews, D. 
Smith, R. Crew, J. Smith, J. William- 
son, H. Chambers, W. Chambers, M. 
Mann. Back Row: C. Haas. 




Gene Douglas stalls Karl Retter 



ZETA 



Front Row: J. Chavier, H. Hender- 
son, W. Kelvington, R. Bambling, P. 
Bambling, C. Caldwell, J. Bergers, G. 
Lashley. Back Row: R. Heinlein, K. 
Retter, R. Withrow. 



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John Sipes 



Showing plenty of class E. N. C. 
blew the lid of a game rather 
closely contested for three quarters 
and roundly trounced Gordon Col- 
lege, 90-67, in the first of a home 
and home engagement at Com- 
merce High Gym. It was the first time 
in ten years that E. N. C. was able to 
beat Gordon on their own floor. 

Classy Jack Smith threw in 38 
points with deadly outside shooting 
and Jerry Lashley gave the Gor- 
donites plenty of trouble inside with 
his tremendous rebounding. 




Jerry Lashley 




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Keith Nelson 





Bottom Row: R. Lynch, W. Webb, G. Young, J. Laudermilk, R. Quanstrom, 
Professor Naylor, coach. Top Row: H. Stillman, M. Kohr, J. Glass, R. Mac- 
Donald. 



DELTA 
BASKETBALL 



D. Maftmueller, C. Garlow, R. Metcalfe, A. J. Clark, M. Goodnow, M. Zitz- 
mann, L. Stein. 



D. Austin, M. Goodnow, B. MacNeil, D. Mattmueller, A. J. Clark, B. Milstead, 
L. Harris, A. Littlefield, C. Garlow, M. Treyz. 



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Bottom Row: P. Schurman, J. Ketner, J. Sheets, K. Nelson, D. McSavaney, 
R. Parry. Top Row: Professor Cameron, coach; D. Henry, J. Bigelow, 
J. Couchenour, W. Shene. 



KAPPA 
BASKETBALL 



E. Gery, J. Stetson, M. Williamson, R. Norman, J. Rose, N. Vecchione, 
C. Smith, C. Skillings, M. Manchester. 




C. Smith, J. Pendleton, B. Gery, J. Strang, N. Boetti, S. Watkins. 




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Bottom Row: G. Caswell, J. Sipes, C. Haas, M. Mann, J. Smith, E. Mann. 
Top Row: D. W. Smith, water boy, R. Walters, H. Chambers, W. Speak- 
man, J. Young, coach. 




SIGMA 
BASKETBALL 



C. Allen, J. Schlosser, R. Kyer, V. Burgess, J. Long, D. Webb, B. Adams. 



S. Truitt, E. McKenzie, E. Earnhart, D. Biggs, E. Smith 
J. Morehead, R. Andrews, S. Cleckner, C. Allen. 



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Bottom Row: T. Young, J. Chavier, K. Retter, W. Grace, G. Lashley. Top 
Row: J. Croley, J. Wagner, D. Heinlein, C. Caldwell, coach. 




ZETA 
BASKETBALL 




E. Mitchell, E. Good, G. Ziegler, N. Young, P. Johnson, 
J. Leazott, M. Corrie, M. Bolland. 



M. Boshart, E. Mitchell, M. Bolland, 
J. Roberts, J. Leazott. 




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Bottom Row: J. Taylor, G. Insco, A. J. Clark, A. Lirtlefleld, R. Ricketts. 
Middle Row: D. Mattmueller, B. MacNeill, N. Lockwood, M. Goodnow. 
Top Row: J. Shinault, M. Treyz. 



DELTA 



VOLLE 



Bottom Row: N. Vecchione, J. Marino, I. Duvall. Middle Row: C. Smith, 
B. Gery, R. Bray. Top Row: J. Pendleton, M. Manchester, C. Skillings. 




KAPPA 



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SIGMA 



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Bottom Row: R. Kyer, R. Andrews, S. Truitt, D. Webb, C. Allen. Middle 
Row: J. Morehead, A. Jones, V. Burgess, K. Kunkel. Top Row: N. Sanford, 
0. Biggs, J. Schlosser. 



Bottom Row: J. Leazott, E. Mitchell, M. Bolland, E. Good. Middle Row: 
P. Johnson, M. Walters, G. Ziegler. Top Row: M. E. Boshart, M. Corrie. 



ZETA 



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SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 
SOCIETY 

Congratulations 
Seniors 



Kappa Society presents Young People's program. 



YOUR DUGOUT 



Snacks 



Fellowship 




Congratulations 
Seniors 

R. W. Harding 

Food Service Manager 



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COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 



Film Service 



Student Supplies 
Bibles 



Bus Tickets 



Congratulations 



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1955 



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SIGMA DELTA DELTA 

"Heaven gives us friends, 
To bless the present scene; 
Removes them, 
To prepare us for the next. " 





BEST DRESSED 
MEN ON CAMPUS 

Rent Formal Wear 

Freshly cleaned and 

pressed Formal Wear 

Tailored to fit 

You perfectly! 

The accessories are included 

in the market cost. 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1955 



"Our society encourages 
scholastic achievement" 

Annual presentation of 
Zeta Freshman Scholarships 





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CLOTHIERS 
TO MEN AND WOMEN 

Budget accounts 
for students of ENC 



1479 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

Granite 2-5089 



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EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 



'Graceful branches lifted heavenward, sun-crowned for our view, 
Stand the elms upon our campus, reaching to the blue. 
Shady walks beneath the foliage, flowering beauty rare; 
Blessed b\ nature how we love Thee, Alma Mater fair . . ." 



SUMMER SESSION JUNE 11 
FIRST FRESHMAN CONVOCATION SEPTEMBER 8 

"There is no substitute for Christian education ' 



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W. C. LAHUE INC. 




GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Lowell, Mass. 



"Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it." 

-psalm 127:1 



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YOUR FASHION CENTER 



Compliments 

OF 

ENTERPRISE 
STORES 

Quincy, Mass. 



ON THE SOUTH SHORE 




BEACON CLEANERS OF WOLLASTON 




Speed ^ HOUR 
Quality ** SERVICE 

Pickup and delivery 

Pr. 3-7400 
70% off to students 

624 Hancock St. 
Wollaston 



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Best of Luck 
Seniors 

JOHNSON'S 
FILLING STATION 

Incorporated 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 




WHEN IN NEED OF 

Hardware Glass 

Kitchenware Wall Paper 

Garden Supplies Packard Paints 

THE NEW MODERN STORE 

"Easy Parking" 
Call Gr. 2-0041 

MacFARLAND 



JOHN J. GALLAGHER, Inc. 

Building Materials and Hardware 
General Offices and Main Yard 

100 Federal Avenue 
Quincy, Mass. 

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Retail Store and Branch Yard 

North Quincy, Mass. 

Telephones 
PResident 3-2600 PResident 3-8180 



11 Brook Street 



Wollaston, Mass. 



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Compliments <>1 



SEARS, ROEBUCK, and COMPANY 



1591 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



SHOP AT SKAKS AM) SAVK 



BETSY LEE SHOPPE 



11 BEALE ST. WOLLASTON 



Gr. 2-5032 



Where Classmates Meet 



WESTLAND'S 
SPORTING GOODS 

EQUIPMENT FOB EVERY SPORT 

11 Revere Rd. Quincy PR 3-1133 

(A stone's throw from Sears) 




MILTON'S 



MEN'S CLOTHING 



1538 Hancock 



Pr. 3-9720 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

from 

NOGLER FOOD PRODUCTS 

Mrs. Nogler's 
Mayonnaise and Tartar Sauce 



45 Billings Rd. 



N. Quincy 




Welcome to 



puritan do-nut co. BILLS BARBER SHOP 



141 OLD COLONY PARKWAY 



Geneva 6-8887 



Three Barbers Popular Prices 

Specializing in Flat Tops 

Special Attention Given to E.N.C.ers 

Elm at Hancock St. 



ALL MILK IS GOOD 




MILK 

Is "Better 



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VISIT OUR MODERN SALES OFFICE 

FOR 
"FRIENDLY HEATING COUNSEL' 



Trademarked Coals 



WE FEATURE 

Cities Service Fuel Oil 



New England Coke 



THE BEST IN HEATING EQUIPMENT 



SHEPPARD COAL & OIL CO 



1520 Hancock St. 



(opp. Remick's) 



Pr. 3-7200 



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Compliments of 

THE HARRIS COMPANY 

PORTLAND, MAINE 

Ship Chandlers 

Marine Hardware 

General Hardware 



AND 



HARRIS OIL COMPANY 

General Electric - 

Heating Equipment 

Cities Service Fuel Oils 



QUINCY LUMBER CO. 

610 Southern Artery 
Quincy 69, Mass. 



C. P. GARDINER & SONS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Ready-Mixed Concrete 
Power Shovel Excavating 



99 Myrtle St. 



North Quincy, Mass. 



Your favorite household-brands of food products are 
packaged on equipment manufactured by 

PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP., Ltd. 

Quincy, Mass. 



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WOLLASTON FLORIST 

679 Hancock St. 

Corsages — Bouquets — Gifts 
and Wedding Flowers 

Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere 

P. J. GORHAM, PROP. 

Tel. Gr. 2-2855 Res. Av. 2-5286 



VISIT US AT OUR 
NEW LOCATION 

QUINTS GREENHOUSES 

1187 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

"Floicers Wired Amjichere" 



OR 2-0:392 Telephones PR 3-2054 

PATTERSONS 
FLOWER STORE 

128.3 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



Office OR 2-1910 



Home PR 3-5388 



ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 

GREETING CARDS 

for 
ALL OCCASIONS 



25 Beale St. 



Wollaston 



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RICHARD J. GORMAN 

"The Jewelry Store on Beale Streei" 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
from 60.00 up 

Hamilton WATCHES Elgin 

Parker '51 Eversharp 

Sterling: Wallace, Reed and Barton 
Heirloom, Watson, Lunt 

"Jackie" shows Shirley fhe latest in pins 




DEWARE 
BROTHERS 



South Shore's 
Most Beautiful 



HOMES FOR FUNERALS 



with 

Home-like Atmosphere 

Services Conducted 

From Our 



MEMORIAL CHAPELS 

// Desired 



NON-SECTARIAN 



SERVICE ANY DISTANCE 



Quincy Hingham 

576 Hancock St. 179 Lincoln St. 

Rt. 3A opposite Hingham Police Station 

Gr. 2-1137 Hi. 6-2698 



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7 - 1 294 

Telephones, CApitol 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO. 



PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS 



45 South Market Sheet 



Boston 9, Mass. 



THE WINFIELD HOUSE 
OFFERS TO YOU 

The Finest Foods Served Anywhere 

Steaks — Chicken — Chops — Lobster Sandwiches 

Desserts 

853 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 

Rt. 3 

Gr. 2-9452 

THE DAIRY KREME 

Soda Fountain — Dairy Kreme Ice Cream 

Hamburgs — Frankfurts — Sandwiches 

Luncheon Plates — French Fries 

Onion Rings — Fried Clams 

Fried Scallops — Fish Sticks 

Hamburgs From U.S. Choice Steer Beef 

Pure creamery butter used on grill 

Come to see for yourselves 



We extend our cordial and sincere 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF '55 

WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 

We. 9-1045 

18-22 Station Street 

East Weymouth, Mass. 



SEE PETER AT THE 

MAYFLOWER DINER 

473 Southern Artery 
Route 3, Quincy 



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ALVES PHOTO SERVICE INC. 



Braintree 2-0372 



BARGAIN 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.G., Mgr. 

661 Hancock, Cor. Beale St. 
WOLLASTON, MASS. 



CENTER 

2 Washington Street 

Quincy 

Gr. 2-1414 



Congratulations 






To 




Class of '55 




From 




LAINE'S 






JEWELRY 




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667 Hancock St. 


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KARL'S AUTO BODY REPAIR CO., Inc. 



Established 1920 



INSURANCE APPRAISING 



23 Greenwood Ave. 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



GRanite 2-8100 



Road Service 



Batteries 



Mclaughlins service 

610 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 



'CITIES SERVICE" 



Tune-up 



CR 2-942' 



NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 

Duggan Rrothers 
131-133 Hancock Street 

North Quincy, Mass". 

CHEVROLET 

Sales and Service 
PR 3-1100 



Compliments ol 
QUINCY MOTOR CO. 

South Shore's Oldest and Largest 
FORD Dealer 



85 Quincy Ave. 
Quincy, Mass. 



PR 3-6500 



Service on all makes ol ears 



DeSoto 



Plymouth 



CARRIKER MOTOR CO. 

Carrikerized Used Cars 
68 Washington Street 



Quincy, Mass. 
A. C. Carriker 



Gr. 2-4730 
C. J. Johnston 



ETHERELL & McCAUSLAND 

676 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Plumbing and Heating 



Estimates Furnished 



CR 2-546H 



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STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained glass windows 
designed and executed to suit 
the architecture of your building. 
Prices vary according to the size 
and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and ex- 
pert craftsmanship assure unsur- 
passed beauty. Send for your 
copy of our brochure, "Stained 
Class." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Superb 
hand carving and expert craftsmanship make our 
communion tables, seats, pulpits and other eccle- 
siastical furnishings well suited lor their high 
purpose. We can plan our arrangements to match 
your present furnishings. Send for our free 
catalogue on church furniture. 



WHITTEMORE 

Associates, Incorporated 
16 ASHBURTON PLACE 
Boston 8, Mass. 

CA 7-2150 




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CAMERA CENTER 

Everything for the photographer including helpful advice 

Photo equipment Developing and printing 

Movie equipment Color films 

680 Hancock Street, Quincy 70, Mass. 
PResident 3-6077 



Congratulations 
To the Class of. '55 




G. GIOVINO COMPANY 

Established 1 884 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

Tel. LA 3-5050 All Codes 

19 Commercial St. Boston, Mass. 



OLTNCY'S FASHION CENTER 



LODGEN S MKT. INC. 

32 Cottage Ave., Quincy 

WHERE YOUR NEIGHBOR TRADES 



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Congratulations from SALLY and FRANK ONTHANK 
Serving you from 



THE DOTTIE DUNBAR LUNCH 

1054 Hancock Street, Quincy 



"For mammoth meals at low cost" 

eat at DOTTIE' S 

say 

Joe. D. Wilson, Heine. Harold, and Jerry 



"Let us serve you 
in style" 
say 
Dot, Dee, Ethel, Shirley, Carlie 



Agent for 
Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 

NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

SHEET METAL WORK - SLATE 
TIN and GRAVEL ROOFING 

141 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 



C:ONGRATULATK)NS 

from 

DOTEN-THOMSON 

LADIES' APPAREL 
68 Billings Rd. Norfolk Downs 



HERE IS A PRESENT DAY MIRACLE! 

YES, a patient with leprosy may now be treated with D. D. S., 

the parent sulphone, for one full year — cost $.65 

Truly God is answering our prayers! 

AMERICAN LEPROSY MISSIONS INC. 

The cooperating agency of 61 Boards at 155 Stations in 40 countries 
Edward R. Broad, Area Secretary 
Room 602 14 Beacon Street Boston 8, Mass. 



OTHERS FIRST 



BLESSINGS FOLLOW 



Compliments ol 



GR 2-8660 



BLACKER & HOLLAND LUMBER COMPANY, Inc. 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 

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SPONSORSHIPS 



GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

The Most Complete Line of 
Greeting ("aids on the South Shore 

LINDAS RESTAURANT 

Specialist In 
SOUTHERN STYLE CHICKEN 
770 Gallivan Blvd. 
Neponset 9, Mass. 



WESTERN AUTO 

Associate Store 
Ralph S. Bissett, Owner-Manage) 

Auto Parts and Accessories 

Sporting Goods — Toys — Hobbies 

Radios — Television 

31-33 Beale St., Wollaston 

Ma 9-5550 



QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 

SOLD - RENTED -- REPAIRED 

One Maple Street 

Quincy, Massachusetts 



WILLIAM J. SHEA 

12 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Realtor — Notary 

LINCOLN PHARMACY 

Hancock & Elm Sts. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

Y.M.C.A. 

61 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



DR. EARL STONE 

Dentist 
7 Elm Avenue 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 



DEPENDABLE LAUNDERERS 
AND CLEANERS 

63 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

Telephone PR 3-8922 

EASTERN SHADE AND 
SCREEN CO. 

104 Park St. Hyannis, Mass. 

20 John Street North Quincy, Mass. 

PR 3-6889 HY 1895 



Wollaston Do-Nut Shoppe 


17 Beale St. 


Wollaston 


Heussi's Texaco Station 


6M Hancock St. 


Wollaston 


Phil's Barber Shop 


Billings Road 


Wollaston 


Duane Building 8c Wrecking Co. 


600 So. Artery 


Quincy 


Wollaston Square Barber Shop 


669 Hancock St. 


Wollaston 



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Telephone 
PResiclent 3-5089 



ROGER B. LYONS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
For Three Generations 
Buildinc; Maintenance 



213 WEST SQUANTUM ST. 
QUINCY 71, MASS. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

L ANTONELLI IRON WORKS, INC. 



Long Span Joists — Bridge Railings — Structural Steel 
Ornamental Iron - Building Specialties 



177 WILLARD ST. 



MAyf lower 9-3600 



GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesalers 

19 Quincy Avenue Quincy, Massachusetts 

Telephone GRanito 2-6500 



Compliments of 



EDWARD T. DWYER CONTRACTING CORP. 



55 Elmwood 



Sand, Gravel, Loam and Filling 
Shovels, Bulldozers, Trucks for Rent 

Telephone - BR 2-1111 



E. Braintree. Mass. 



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SHELDON W. LEWIS 

SCHOOL AND OFFICE GOODS 

WEDDING AND PARTY SUPPLIES 

MA 9-0619 

49 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 

"Bud" picks up art supplies. 



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Quality Clothes for Every Member of the 
Family at Low Factory Prices !" 



2 WAYS TO CHARGE 
3 month charge 
10 month rotary budget plan 

Factory Sales Room — Quincy Parking Area 
Free Adjacent Parking Open Every Night 'Til 9 P.M. 

SPONSORSHIPS 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard Hamlin 

Chicago, Illinois 



Modern Formal Shop 

1639 Hancock St. 
Quincy, Mass. 



TOLL HOUSE INC 



Whitman, Mass. 
Tel. - Whitman 100 

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BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF '55 



REMBRANDT STUDIOS 

OFFICIAL SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER 



1458 HANCOCK STREET 201 TREMONT STREET 

QUINCY, MASS. BOSTON, MASS. 



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NEW ENGLAND 




Some of the Students from New England District 



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DISTRICT 

'ME i 

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f. C. Albright — District Superintendent 




We are proud of our students and grateful for E. N. C. 



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WOLLASTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



Serving Wollaston and Eastern Nazarene College 



The 
Church 
Choir 




/ 



Rev. J. Glenn Gould, D.D. 
Pastor 




Paul Rundlett, C.A.G.O. 

Minister of Music 





The students church home while away from home. 



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BEST WISHES FROM 



MALDEN CHURCH 

Back of E.N.C. with Faith and Funds 

to 

Publish the Timeless Message in a Timely Manner 



Church: 



Ministe) 



Judson Square, Maiden, Mass. 



Anthony B. Sampson 



Parsonage: 

236 Hawthorne, Maiden. Mass. 



GOD'S BEST 
to 
the 

Class 

of 

1955 

New Haven Church 
of the Nazarene 

79 Lawrence Street 
New Haven 11, Conn. 



Congratulations 



Church of the Nazarene 

51 First Street 



LOWELL, MASS. 



SERVICES: 
Sundays: 10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 
S.S. 9:45 a.m. - Y.N.P.S. 5:30 p.m. 

Junior Society, 5:30 p.m. 

Prayer Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. 

"A welcome to all who attend" 

ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 
247 Beacon Street Lowell, Mass. 



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Congratulations 
C lass of ' 5 5 





Church of the Nazarene 

33 Myrtle St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

C. I. WILLWEHTH. Paxtt 



Nathan A. Adams, Minister 
Sarah F. Chase, Class of '55 

N. Y. P. S. PRESIDENT 



Church of the Nazarene 
EVERETT, MASS. 

for Christ, the Church, and the College 





CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1955 

CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

250 Franklin Street 
FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 



Paul S. Kauffman, Pastor 



and her E. N. C. students 
Earlene Fields, Robert Poole 

Our N. Y. P. S. is behind you 




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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Spruce and Smith Sts. 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

REV. C. NEAL HUTCHINSON, Minister, 62 State Street 



CHURCH SERVICES 
Nazarene Bible School 10:00 a.m 

Worship 
N.Y.P.S. 
Broadcast, "The Hour of 

Cheer," WNBH, New 

Bedford, Mass. 
Evangelistic 

Prayer Meeting, Thursday 
N.F.M.S., Second Thursday 

of each month 7:30 p.m. 



11:00 a.m. 
6:00 p.m. 



7:00 p.m. 
7:30 p.m. 
7:30 p.m. 



CHURCH OFFICERS 
Secretary Curtis Greany 



Treasurer 

Financial Secretary 
S.S. Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
N.F.M.S. President 



Annie Sylvaria 
Evelyn Maynard 

Stanley Brown 
Stanley Sylvaria 

Dorothy Grew 



Frank Dzedulivicz 
Choir Director 



GOD'S BEST 

to the class of 

1955 

West Somerville Church of the Nazarene 
Elm Street at Russell 

near Davis Square 
West Somerville, Mass. 



CAMBRIDGE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

234 Franklin Street 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



S.S. Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
N.F.M.S. President 



John S. Burgess 
George Waterman 
Mrs. Mable Randall 



Our Best Wishes and Prayers 
to tin' Class of 1955 
CLARENCE L. ARNOLD. Pastor 



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CORDIAL GREETINGS from . . . 

MANCHESTER 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

THE FRIENDLY CHURCH with the FULL GOSPEL 

to 

STAFF and STUDENTS 



EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

CHURCH MINISTER 

466 Main Street C. E. Winslow 

Manchester, Connecticut 31 Flower Street 



CONGRATULATION'S 
from 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
MELROSE, MASSACHUSETTS 

R. !•:. HOWARD, Pastor 



CHURCH OF THF NAZARENE 

Pleasant and Wheeler Streets 

LIVERMORE FALLS, MAINE 

A Friendly Welcome to All ALAN G. KEITH, Pastor 



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PITTSFIELD, MAINE 

Church of the Nazarene 

CONGRATULATIONS 

To "OUR" Business Manager of the NAUTILUS, 

STERLING SMITH 

And the Class of 1955 



CONGRATULATIONS 



J. LYAL CALHOUN, Minister 
Class of 1943 



troi 



First Church of the Nazarene 



God's Blessing 
on you 



Bath, Maine 



'That in all things He might have the pre-eminence." Colossians 1:18 

South Portland 
Church of the Nazarene 




176 Sawyer Street South Portland, Maine 

H. B. WARD, Minister 
When in "Vacationland" plan to stop by and worship with ns. 



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Congratulates the Class of '55 

Administration 
Faculty 

District Treasurer 
REV. D. D. PALMER 

1301 10th Street, N.W. 
Canton, Ohio 

District Secretary 
REV. C. B. WOOD 

224 Liberty Street 
Painesville, Ohio 

Advisory Board 

REV. D. D. PALMER 

REV. CLARENCE HAAS 

L. W. DURKEE 

WILLIS ROUSH 



AKRON 



C. D. TAYLOR 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



District Office and Parsonage 

Nazarene Center 

R.D. 1 
Louisville, Ohio 



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DISTRICT 



District Superintendent 




Some of our Akron District Students 



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AKRON FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

W. Tallmadge at N. Howard 

On Route No. 18 



Kenneth H. Pearsall, Pastor 



OUR STUDENTS AT E. N. C. 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '55 




Quentin Caswell 
Religious Education Director 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

St. Clair and Walnut Streets 

East Liverpool, Ohio 

Lloyd D. Morgan, Minister 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '55 




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Frank Tice, Music Director 

Eva Mae Staats, Choir Director, (nof shown m cut 

Jean Bowlby, Organist 

Gertrude Hulse, Pianist 

Matie Morgan, Assistant 



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Milton L. Bunker 
Minister 

We 
Congratulate 

The Class of '55 

and Pledge 

Continued 

Support 

for 
E.N.C. 



KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Iona Ave. at N. Twelfth St. 
AKRON, OHIO 

- When in Akron Visit with Us - 




CANTON, OHIO FIRST CHURCH 



D. D. PALMER. Pastor 




Third and Herbruck, N. E. Canton Ohio 

Class of '55, Congrafu/afions 



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ASHTABULA, OHIO 

Cor. 57th St. and Washington Ave. 
GEORGE W. CARRIER. Minister 



FIRST 

CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 



We are proud of our E. N. C. Students 




Rev Carrier 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Cor N. Lyman and Maple Streets 

WADSWORTH OHIO 



Homer Ritzman, S. S. Superintendent 
Lola Dawson, N. F. M. S. President 



Norman Collins, N. Y. P. S. President 
Carl Hanks, Pastor 



A Small Church Wiih a Large Vision" 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

First Church of the Nazarene 
Youngstown, Ohio 



EDWARD S. BARTON, Minister 



Church of the Nazarene 

Liberty Street at High 
PAINESVILLE, OHIO 

CLYDE B. WOOD, Minister 

A Warm Welcome Always Awaits You 
at This Friendly Church 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
GRADUATING CLASS 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

Church of the Nazarene 

S. Linden at E. Summit 
ALLIANCE, OHIO 

J. A. RODGERS 
Pastor 



S. S. Superintendent 
N. Y. P. S. President 
N. F. M. S. President 
Church Treasurer 



Audrey Rodgers 

Hilda Williamson 

Wilda Foley 

John Loomis 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ARLINGTON STREET 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Akron, Ohio 

WILLIAM R. THOMPSON, Pastor 

Don Lewis, S.S. Superintendent 
Mrs. Lola Turner, N.F.M.S. President 
Hanford Gunnerson, N.Y.P.S. President 

"A Live Cluircli in a Live Town" 



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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of '55 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Buckeye and Mulberry 

WARREN, OHIO 

Clarence J. Haas, Minister 



Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 



Youth Groups 6:30 p. 



Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. 

Evangelistic Service 



7:30 p.m. 



Congratulations and Sincere Prayers 

for 

God's Blessing on our 

Class of '55 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

SEBRING, OHIO 

George O. Cole 

Pastor 



Coming by? Drop in. 



You will enjoy the spiritual 
atmosphere and friendliness of 
the Sebring Nazarenes. 



East Rebecca Street 

Robert J. ShofF — Pastor 

Parsonage — 205 East Martin Street Phone 2618 

Church Phone 9714 

Church Treasurer — Mrs. Roy L. Spaite 

S. S. Superintendent — Mr. Roy L. Spaite 

N. Y. P. S. President — Mr. .Gerald Parker 

EAST PALESTINE, OHIO 



Church of the Nazarene 




FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road 
East Cleveland, Ohio 



JAMES E. HUNTON, Minister 
Congratulations to the Class of '55 





PRESENTING FULL SALVATION 

in the 

BEST LOCATION IN THE NATION 



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JEFFERSON 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



John R. Donley, Pastor 



E.N.C. 

Are letters 

that challenge 

our youth 

along educational and 

spiritual lines. 



Congratulations Seniors 

BARBERTON 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hopocan at Newell St. 
Barberton Ohio 



Maritime District 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1955 



We invite you to enjoy our welcome 



Rev. R. E. Baxter, Pastor 



We believe in E.N.C. 



J. H. MacGREGOR, Dist. Sup*. 



BOX 234 



OXFORD, N. S. 



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WASHINGTON 




ERNEST E. GROSSE 

District Superintendent 



Harold A. Parry, District N. Y. P. S. President 



ADVISORY BOARD 




E. N. C TRUSTEES 


Earl C. Wolf 




E. E. Grosse 


A. C. McKenzie 




Earl C. Wolf 


G. E. Hudson 




James R. Bell 


Dr. Neel J. Price 




A. C. McKenzie 


Annual District Assembly 




August 29 to September 2 


May 19-21 




District Preachers' Convention 


Annual District Camp Meeting 




October 3 - 5 


August 5 - 14 




Boys' Camp — July 4 - 9 


District N. Y. P. S. Institute 


District Motto 


Girls Camp — July 1 1 - 16 



UNCTION FOR ACTION 



G. E. HUDSON 
CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 
EARL C. WOLF 



District Treasurer 

District Secretary 

District Church School Chairman 



MRS. CHESTER M. WILLIAMS District N. F. M. S. President 



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PHILADELPHIA 




199 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS of 1955 



Congratulations 
Class of '55 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Pine and Freedley Streets 

NORRISTOWN PA 

CHESTER M. WILLIAMS, Pastor 



Donald V. Retter 
Edwin K. Bean 
Mrs. Walter H. Hoopes 
Mrs. Clarence H. Keehn 
Walter H. Hoopes 



S.S. Superintendent 

N.Y.P.S. President 

N.F.M.S. President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

A. C. McKenzie, Minister 



Charles Hobson 
Mrs. Doris Reiss 
Mrs. Rachel Gray 



S.S. Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
N.F.M.S. President 



When Near Philadelphia . . . Visit Us" 



One of Bethlehem's Friendliest Churches 



Minister: 

Rev. R. E. Zollinhofer 



Our interest in youth is manifested in 

The salvation of their souls, 

The cleansing of their hearts, 

Their finding God's will for their lives, 

Their attending our Eastern Nazarene College. 



An Eastern Nazarene'er will always find a warm 
welcome at 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

445 Washington Street 

Royesford, Penna. 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



508 Old Town Road 
Cumberland, Maryland 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1955 

AND 

TO E.N.C. 

H. E. HECKERT, Minister 




CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1954 

from 

Nazarene Young People's Society 
of the 

First Church of the Nazarene 

61b Severn Avenue 
Annapolis, Maryland 

"THE CAPITAL CITY OF MD." 
Arthur Musick President 

Dorothy Wood Vice-President 

Jean Shiflett Secretary 

Barbara McPherson Treasurer 

REV. JOHN W. MAYBURY, Pastor 
Phone COlonial 3-2183 



"CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

GRADUATES" 

from 

IMMANUEL CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

Derstine and Richardson Avenues 
Lansdale, Pennsylvania 

REV. NELSON G. MINK, Minister 



Students: 



Paul Zeigler 

Eldon Rosenberger 

Stewart Fretz 

William Merki 



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GREETINGS 
From the 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

of 

COATESVILLE, PA. 

Robert L. Jones, Pastor 




(Our future completed church) 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1955 



West Grove, Pa. 
Church of the Nazarene 

40 Miles West of Philadelphia on Route No. 1 

For Christ and Holiness 
100% Boosters for E.N.C. 

REV. F. T. BENNER 



BEL AIR 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Conowingo Road 
BEL AIR, MARYLAND 

OUR STUDENTS 
AT E.N.C. 

Delores Anderson 
Evelyn Good 
Shelva Joines 
Patricia North 
Mildred Tharp 
John E. North, Pastor 



Canada Central 
District 

Is proud 

to be a part of the 

E.N.C. Family 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

Faculty 

and 

Student Bod> 

for 

a wonderful year 

T. E. MARTIN, Superintendent 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



16th and Webster Streets N.W. - Washington, D. C. 



WILLIAM C. ALLSHOUSE, Pastor 




• A Glorious Message 

• A Friendly Welcome 

• A Spiritual Atmosphere 



WHEN IN THE NATIONS CAPITAL - 

WORSHIP AT THE NATIONAL CITY CHURCH 



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COLUNGDALE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Mac Dade Blvd. 
Collingdale, Pennsylvania 

REV. F. D. KETNER Pastor 



CONGRATULATES the Class of 1955 



SUPPORTS E. N. C. — Prayers — Students — Finance 



BUILDING for a Great Future 



"Philadelphia's Finest Suburban Church' 



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A special invitation to summer tourists to worship with us. 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

SKOWHEGAN. MAINE 



Rev. Joshua C. Wagner 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Class of '55 

Hamilton, Ontario 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

92 Ottawa St., N. 

ROBERT F. WOODS, Minister 



Compliments of the . . . 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Penn Avenue and Locust Street 
OXFORD, PA. 




REV. EARL C. WOLF, Pastor 



S.S. Superintendent 
N.Y.P.S. President 
N.F.M.S. President 



Edward L. Sumner 

Loy Parsons 

Mrs. Nakada Charlton 



'Where There's Alwaijs a Welcome" 



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PITTSBURGH 





DISTRICT PROGRAM 

N.F.M. Convention, Butler, July 19, 20 

District Assembly, Butler, July 21, 22 

District Camp June 30 to July 10 

Workers: Rev. R. N. Raycroft, Rev. T. M. 
Anderson; Si?igers: Boyd Pierce & wife 

N.Y.P. Institute, Butler, August 8 to 12 



REV. R. F. HEINLEIN, District Superintendent 



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ADVISORY BOARD 
W. Gordon Graves 
R. B. Acheson, District Secretary 
Maurice R. Emery, District Treasurer 
Robert M. Ingland 



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E.N.C. TRUSTEES 
R. F. Heinlein 
John Z. Andree 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



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motto: "We can if we will, we can and we will" 

-VICTORY. 



TABERNACLE 

at the 

ALAMEDA CAMP 

Butler, Pa. 



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DISTRICT 




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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the 

Class of 1955 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Wiley and Greely Sts. 
Homer City, Penna. 

Services: 

SUNDAY 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School 

10:45 a.m. Worship 

6:30 p.m. N.Y.P.S. 

7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 

WEDNESDAY 
7:30 p.m. Prayer Service 
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You 

F. FRANKLYN WISE, Pastor 

26 Grant Street Homer City, Pa. 

Phone 9-2910 



COLLEGE HILL 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

3600 Fourth Ave. 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Wishing E.N.C. the 

Very Best for 1955 

and for the Years 

to Come. 



RUSSELL J. LONG, Minister 
Phone 5946 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



WARREN. PA. 



Rev. John Andree - Pastor 



907 Penna. Ave., E. Warren, Pa 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF '54 

Church of the Nazarene 

55 North Bennett St. 
BRADFORD, PENNSYLVANIA 



M. M. Lineman, 
Mrs. R. Carpenter 
Mrs. V. Kramer 



S.S. Superintendent 
N.F.M.S. President 
N.Y.P.S. President 



W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 

114 North Bennett Street 

Phone 7297 



CIRCLEVILLE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

110 Clay Pike, Irwin, Pa. 



a friendly church 



in 



a lively, growing community 



When crossing the Pennsylvania Turnpike, pause 

and visit us. Our church is located three miles 

from the Irwin toll gate toward Pittsburgh, 

just off U. S. Route 30. 

Rev. A. Alan Gilmour, Pastor 
Phone UNderhill 3-7822 



SERVING CHRIST AND COMMUNITY 
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Lincoln Place 




Interboro at Rodgers 
Pittsburgh 7, Pa. 

REV. RUSSELL E. LEWIS 

MINISTER 

Crusading for Christ Now 




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PARK STREET CHURCH 
Boston 



Albany District 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



RENARD D. SMITH, District Superintendent 



1955 

District Assembly May 9-13 
District Campmeeting July 22-31 
Boys and Girls Camp July 11-16 
N.Y.P.S. Institute August 29 - Sept. 3 



District Office and Parsonage 

106 W. Warrington Road 

SYRACUSE 5, N. Y. Phone 9-0878 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1955 

WILMINGTON 

Church of the Nazarene 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

and her E.N.C. students 

David MacPherson 

Walter Haselton 



HI 



■W^^CMBJ 



A Welcome 

Awaits You 

in the 

Heart 

of the 

Adirondacks 

WALTER S. MacPHERSON, Sr., Pastor 




LAKE AVE. 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

99 Stonewood Ave. 
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Congratulates her E.N.C. students: 
June Woodbridge 
Richard Krutenat 
June Burton 
William Krutenat 

Morris E. Wilson, Minister 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from the 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Cannon and W. Newell Streets 



SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



Where No One Is Ever a Stranger 



JOHN D. RHAME 

Minister 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Ninety-First at Reed Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Everybody Comes to Niagara Falls! — Attend Services With Us While You Are Here 




We Congratulate the Class of '55 — Paul S. Gilmore, Pastor 



Congratulations from the 

Qifrit GUusixUt 0/ the 

Cedar and Holdridge Streets 
Zlmina, A/e*u Ifofik 

A reverence for tJie past— 

A program for the present— 
A vision for the future. 

STANFORD E. ERNEST, Pastor 

813 South Broadway 

Telephone 2-2124 

'THE SINGING CHURCH OF ELMIRA' 



Kingston, New York 

From our small investment in E.N.C-, we have 
reaped a rich harvest of blessings. 

CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF '55 




FREDERICK F. FIKE, Pastor 

Church of the Nazarene 

Wiltwyk Ave & Elmendorf St. 
Kingston, N. Y. 



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YEAR AFTER YEAR . . . 

E.N.C. Serves Our Youth, Our Church, and Our God 

. . . New York District 

sends their best youth 
and supports E.N.C. 
with all their might. 

CONGRATULATIONS to COLLEGE 

and 

STUDENT BODY! 




ROBERT GOSLAW 
District Superintendent 



New York District 
Church of the Nazarene 



iAST ROCK AWAY CHURCH 



N 



C 



EEDS THE FACILITIES OF A- 



HRISTIAN COLLEGE WITH HIGH ACADEMIC GOALS 



Visit us one-quarter mile south of 
Sunrise highway on Long Island. 

FIRST CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

Ocean Ave. 

East Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. 

DONALD H. STRONG, Minister 

An E.N.C. Graduate 

LY 9-3116 




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ALTONA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Little Stone Church of the North Country 
Wishes to Congratulate the Class of 1955 




jBtmmm p»»*a 



CHUECH AMD CECTOCV FOC - 

THE FIC5T CHUECH OF THE. NAZAEENE. AT ALTOUA UV 




We welcome you to — 



Sunday School 


10:00 A.M. 


Morning Worship 


1 1 :00 A.M 


N.Y.P.S 


7:00 P.M 


Evangelistic Service 


7:30 P.M 



Rev. H. H. Williams, Pastor 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

108-05 95th Avenue 
RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. C, NEW YORK 

Whole-heartedly for E. N. C. 

• 

Congratulates Class of '55 



Rev. Thomas Crawford 



CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

to the 
CLASS OF '55 

from 



COMPLIMENTS 

Church 

of 
the 

Nazarene 



Butler Church of the Nazarene 



Kiel Ave. 



Butler, N. J. 



"% block off Route 46" 



C. G. Finney, Pastor 



HOWARD R. OLSON, Pastor 



DOVER 



N.J. 



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WHEN IN TORONTO BE SURE TO VISIT 

ST. CLAIR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1277 St. Clair Ave. West 




"ON THE AIR" 
The St. Clair Revival Hour 

CKFH Sunday, 7-8 P.M. 



"The Only Sunday Evening Church 
Service Now on the Air in Toronto" 



WILLIAM D. ECKEL, Minister 



ELDON B. LEHMAN, Music Director 



Congratulations 
from 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Euclid and Hampton Streets 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 




Boyd M. Long — pastor 

A hearty and friendly 
welcome awaits you. 



TORONTO S - MAIN STREET 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

363 Main Street, Toronto 

A center of Holiness Evangelism in East Toronto 




ROBERT W. COULTER, Pastor 



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te faith of your fathers 
;_ has come down to you 

partly through the dedicated activities 

of your church publishing house. 
Sustain it by your patronage, 

so that it may continue 
to expand and flourish, 

carrying your unclouded witness . ~ 



■- •'•-• :.;'.^. : ..' to succeeding generations. 




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Song from the Senior trip 



We started off from E.N.C. 

The Juniors they slept sound. 
We hopped into a Greyhound bus 

And were New Hampshire bound. 
The boys, they all sat in the back 

And Roger with his cane 
Grabbed Dottie, Marcia, Iris too, 

And threw them at the pane — 



chorus: 

But they let the sunshine in, 
Bore it with a grin. 
The class of '55 
Was determined to survive. 
For the place was great, 
As was the food we ate, 
So why don't you be sure to put the 
Elms upon your slate. 



Bill hit the Elms at 9:00 A.M. 

We started off with sleds. 
Lila, John, they hit the fence 

And Naylors scratched their heads. 
We slid by 2's and 3's and 4's 

And Zig rode down — "down south" 
We stopped for coffee, doughnuts, toast 

And Bernie burned his — esophogus! 



chorus: 

But he let the sunshine in . . . 

Don and Dave, they played on felt 

And Yogi shot real cool. 
Whetmore, Sterling, Jay and Gil 

Tried a brand new game called — Billiards. 
Dick and Cindy on their skis 

Went down the hill with charm. 
Marge, Georgie, Vaunda rode the tow 

And Yeager gashed his arm. 

chorus: 

But they let the sunshine in . . . 

Ken, Jane, Ethel, Rach, and Ruth 

On ice fell with a bang. 
Otty played; Jean, Barb and Dean, 

Donna and Marylin sang. 
Frieda watched a rhythm game 

While Minnie and Charlotte clapped 
Tony could not play so well; 

Then at midnight we all napped. 

chorus: 
But we let the sunshine in . . . 

Skiing, skating, sliding, too; 

Everyone took part. 
Although we're stiff and black and blue 

We're still as gay at heart. 

chorus: 

'Cause we let the sunshine in . . . 



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Waitresses preparing for the mad rush — "ready.set, go!" 



Deltas roundup new "ranch-hands" on Rush- Day. 




BOOSTER CLUB 

1955 



Parents who have contributed financially to the success of the NAUTILUS: 



Allen, Mr. Willis C. 
Aubrey, Mr. & Mrs. Edison 
Bagshaw, Mr. & Mrs. O. W. 
Bolland, Mr. 8c Mrs. Merle 
Bouchard, Mrs. Alice R. 
Bray, Mrs. Hedley 
Caswell, Mr. & Mrs. C. Winfield 
Cone, Mr. 8c Mrs. Harry 
Douglas, Ira O. 
Driggs, Mr. & Mrs. Herman 
Faxon, Mr. & Mrs. Leon M. 
Frantz, Mr. & Mrs. Edw. S. 
Fretz, Mr. & Mrs. Wilson 
Garron, Mrs. John 
Glass, Mr. Wesley G. 
Heinlein, Rev. R. F. 
Hersh, Mr. & Mrs. Robert 
Hesemeyer, Mrs. A. 
Howard, Mr. 8c Mrs. Arthur 
Insco, Mr. & Mrs. Martin 
John, Mr. & Mrs. Idwal 
Loveless, Rev. E. Lloyd 
Manchester, Mrs. Marjorie E. 
Mann, Dr. & Mrs. Edward 
Marsh, Mr. & Mrs. Willis 
Merritts, Rev. 8c Mrs. Ralph G. 



Metcalfe, Mr. & Mrs. Russell F. 

Miller, Mrs. Paul 

Mosgrove, Mr. 8c Mrs. Walter G. 

Nash, Mr. & Mrs. L. W. 

North, Rev. & Mrs. J. E. 

Pearce, Rev. & Mrs. N. A. 

Retter, Mrs. Minnie E. 

Rose, Adeline 

Sanford, Everett 

Shea, Mr. 8c Mrs. Robert 

Slaughenhaupt, Mr. 8c Mrs. J. F. 

Smith, Mr. Sc Mrs. Don F. 

Smith, John S. 

Smith, Mrs. W. A. 

Spaite, Mr. Sc Mrs. Roy L. 

Spaite, Miss Stella 

Stein, Mr. Sc Mrs. George D. 

Stiefel, Mr. A. 

Strotman, Mr. Sc Mrs. Paul O. 

Styers, Mrs. Raymond 

Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 

Watkins, Mr. & Mrs. Ed. 

Whitehead, Dr. k Mrs. W. B. 

Young, Mr. 8c Mrs. H. E. 

Young, Dr. 8c Mrs. Samuel 

Zitzmann, Louis A. 



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HOWARD JOHNSONS 

FAMOUS ICE CREAM 

IN 

28 FLAVORS 



a snot " hk 




11 



• TO THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY 

who by their support have helped make possible 
an outstanding NAUTILUS. 



• TO THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS 

who generous response indicated a 
spirit of interest and good will. 

• TO THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS 

who by their contributions to the 
Boosters' Club have greatly 
added to the success of this book. 



Dallas D. Mucci Editor-in-Chief 

Sterling I. Smith Business Manager 



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Moose" and Fred try to lure prospective Deltas. 




Ronnie and Nancy "dream 
of a White Christmas." 




Studying? Western Civ! 



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Vera Bock presents prize-winning corsage. 



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AUTOGRAPHS 



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AUTOGRAPHS 



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DIRECTORY 



FACULTY 



Akers, Charles — 243 Marlboro Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Adams, Nathan A. — 19 Hampshire Street, Everett, Mass. 
Babcock, William J. V. — 1 14 Willet Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Blaney, Esther M. — 65 Phillips Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Blaney, Harvey J. S. — 65 Phillips Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Bradley, Carroll F. — Memorial Hall, Dean's Apartment, E. N. C. 
Cameron, James R. — 1 1 2 Sagamore Street, Quincy, Mass. 
Cove, Edith F. — 1 19 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Delp, George J. — 21 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Dohanian, Diran K. — 269 Payson Road, Belmont, Mass. 
Dygoski, Louise A. — 9 Landers Road, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Gery, Frank W. — 1 1 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Goodnow, Mrs. Edith P. — 158 Waterston Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Goodnow, Kent — 1 58 Waterston Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Gould, J. Glenn — 29 Dunbarton Road, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Groves, Vernon T. — 98 Phillips Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Harris, Mary K. — 90 Franklin Avenue, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Hunting, Ward M. — 74 Willow Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Jessop, Harry E. — 130 Davis Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Kauffman, Alice — 121 Willow Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 



Kauffman, Alvin — 121 Willow Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Knowles, Joseph Henry — 171 Harvard Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Kreider, Marlin B. — 81 Central Street, Auburndale, Mass. 
Lechner, Hadrian B. — 23 Ebbett Avenue, Wollaston 70, Moss. 
McEachern, Carolyn — 57 Ellington Road, Wollaston, Mass. 
Marple, Mrs. Olive B. — 75 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Maybury, Paul C. — 158 Arlington Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Mullen, Wilbur H. — 30 Copley Street, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Munro, Bertha — 90 Franklin Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Naylor, J. R. — 97 Willow Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Ortlip, Stephen — 54 Pleasant Street, Wakefield, Mass. 
Parsons, Rolland W. — 10 Grandview Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Roth well, Helen F. (Mrs.) — 21 Bromfield Street, Wollaston, Mass 
Roth well, Mel-Thomas — 21 Bromfield Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Smith, Timothy L. — 84 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Spangenberg, Alice — 22 Gay Street, Quincy, Mass. 
Taylor, William — 51 Empire Street, Quincy, Mass. 
Young, Harold — Braintree, Mass. 
Mann, Edward S. — 41 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 



STUDENTS 



Adams, Bonnie Marlene — Twin Rocks, Pa. 

Agwada, Vincent Chukwugozie — G. M. S. Amatta, Keduru Owerri, Nigeria 

Akashi, Yoji — 7863 Lilac Lane, El Paso, Texas 

Albright, Dexter Ward — 503 Old Annapolis Road, Marley Pk., Glen 

Burnie, Md. 
Albright, Mirian Ruth — Hollyday Street, Easton, Md. 
Allen, Cynthia Corrine — 1 8 School Street, Lisbon Falls, Me. 
Altic, Lois Evangeline — R. D. #2, Bradford, Pa. 
Anderegg, Donna Lee — Route 1, Uhrichsville, O. 
Anderson, Dolores Ruth — Rocks, Md. 

Anderson, Richard Joseph — 19 N. Bassett Road, Brockton, Mass. 
Andrews, Joseph William — R. D. #1, Salisbury, Md. 
Andrews, Ruth Lorraine — R. D. #1, Salisbury, Md. 

Armstrong, Doreen Margaret — 628 Beresford Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Ashline, Beverly Joyce — West Chazy, N. Y. 
Ashline, Shirley Mae — West Chazy, N. Y. 
Aubrey, George Charles — Champlain, N. Y. 
Austin, Dorothy Marian — Gillett, Pa. 

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Bagshaw, Clinton Wesley — Prosser, Wash. 

Baker, James E. — 1 1 Patterson Street, Boston, Mass. 

Bambling, Ronald Henry — Boswell, Pa., R. D. #2 

Basham, Robert Arthur — North East, Md. 

Bedor, Mervin Allen — 21 W. Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Benner, David Merle — 1 1 6 Murray Avenue, West Grove, Pa. 

Bergers, Jay Arthur — Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bigelow, John Calvin — Wyman Avenue, Monument Beach, Mass. 

Bigelow, Reuben James — Wyman Avenue, Monument Beach, Mass. 

Biggs, Doris Eleanor — 58 Cheriton Road, Wollaston, Mass. 

Blachly, Samuel Dibble — Pittsfield, Me. 

Blackwell, Dale — 121 Market Street, Scottdale, Pa. 



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Blaisdell, Beverly Louise — 1 1 Middle Street, Augusta, Me. 

Blaney, David Harvey — 65 Phillips Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Bonner, Patricia Louise — Atlasburg, Pa. 

Boetti, Nancy Dianne — West Maine, Merrimac, Mass. 

Bock, Vera M. — 42) E. King Street, Shippensburg, Pa. 

Bolland, Merlene Joy — 419 Penn Avenue, New Brighton, Pa. 

Booth, Don Armon — Gardendale, E. Liverpool, O. 

Boshart, Dean Arthur — 516 Fulton Street, Carthage, N. Y. 

Boshart, Marcia Ann — 516 Fulton Street, Carthage, N. Y. 

Boshart, Mary Ellen — 516 Fulton Street, Carthage, N. Y. 

Bouchard, Alice-Ann — 36 Somoset Avenue, Fairhaven, Mass. 

Bowen, Robert F. — 58 Irving Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Bradley, Doris Marie — 23 East Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Bradley, Joyce Audrey — 247 Beacon Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Bradley, Robert Wesley — 92 Franklin Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Brake, Franklin Albert — R.F.D. #3, Ashtabula, O. 

Brank, Rockwell S. — S. Vincente, Cape Verde Islands 

Bray, Ruth Irene — 639 Princeton Road, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Briggs, Robert John — Fayson Lakes, Butler, N. J. 

Briggs, William Richard — Fayson Lakes, Butler, N. J. 

Brown, Doris Lee — Three Springs, Pa. 

Brown, Goldie Ellen — R.D. #], New Freedom, Pa. 

Brown, James Allen — 217 West Washington Street, Lisbon, O. 

Brown, Sarah Marie — Westminster, Md. 

Brown, Stephen Lee — 825 Main Street, So. Weymouth, Mass. 

Bruck, Gordon William — 1403 N. Danville Street, Arlington, Va. 

Buell, Marvin Lee — Randolph, Mass. 

Burch, Ottiwell Robert — Wellington, St. George's, Bermuda 

Burgess, Carolyn Mae — Oxford, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Burgess, Virginia May — 1 Percy Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

Burke, Richard Ellis — R.R. #2, Campbellton, New Brunswick, Can. 

Burkhart, Paul Raymond — 406 Ash Street, Johnstown, Pa. 

Burley, John McKinley — Route #1, Hyndman, Pa. 



Burley, Mary Anne — State Farm, Leesburg, N. J. 

Burns, Lawrence H. — 156 Mystic Valley Pky., Arlington 74, Mass. 

Butts, Kathleen Mae — Route #1, Waynesburg, O. 

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Caldwell, Charles Ernest — 99 Francis Avenue, Powtucket, R. I. 

Calhoun, Ronald Chester — Forest Hill, Md. 

Campbell, Dwight Lyman — 21 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Carlson, John S. — 102-06 Pemington Street, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Caswell, Gerald Smith — 47 Ryder Avenue, East Rockaway, N. Y. 

Chambers, James Weston — 2nd Street, Port Elizabeth, N. J. 

Chambers, Howard Everett — 2nd Street, Port Elizabeth, N. J. 

Chase, Sarah Florence — 47 Mt. Washington Street, Everett, Mass. 

Chavier, John — 1433 Smith Field Avenue, Saylesville, fi. I. 

Church, Barbara I. L. — Fulling Mill Road, Villas, N. J. 

Clark, Alice Jean — 108 Maple Avenue, Odessa, N. Y. 

Clark, Robert E. — 228 Marlboro Street, Quincy, Mass. 

Claytor, Charlotte Pauline — 341 N. Firestone Blvd., Akron, O. 

Cleckner, Sarah Ethel — 2405 Old Furnace Rood, Youngstown, O. 

Clingerman, Doris Irene — R. D. #1, Callo Road, Poland, O. 

Clingerman, Quentin Schenck — R. D. #1, Calla Road, Poland, O. 

Cogswell, Howard Leon — 16 Brown Street, Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Collins, Phyllis Ann — Route #3, Alex., Va. 

Cone, Olive Chase — 199 No. Warren Avenue, Brockton, Mass. 

Cook, Stanley Donald — 1 67 Ferry Street, Maiden, Mass. 

Corrie, Millie Verna — Broad Top City, Pa. 

Costley, John Robb — 75 East 41st Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Can. 

Couchenour, James Richard — Waterford, Pa. 

Couchenour, Melvin Robert — Waterford, Pa. 

Cousins, Ivan E. — 4 Franklin, Dorchester, Mass. 

Cove, Iris Louise — 133 W. Springfield Street, Boston, Mass. 

Cramer, John Sephus — R. D. #2, Homer City, Pa. 

Crew, Robert W. — 291 Ivy Place, Akron, O. 

Crispell, Dorothie Mae — R. R. #1, Berkshire, N. Y. 

Crofford, Charles Donald — 51 Island Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 

Crouse, Wilfred Nevin — 64 Madison Street, Westminster, Md. 

Crutcher, Reginald Keith — 38 Randlett Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Cubie, Robert Wilson — Graniteville, Vt. 

Culver, Fred Oscar — 205 Boone Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Can. 

Cushing, John Marshall — 6 Rumford Court, Concord, N H. 

- D - 

Daniels, David Thomas — R. R. #3, Stone Ch. Road, Hannon, Ont., Can. 

Davis, James Joseph — R. D. #1, Kittanning, Pa. 

Davis, William Henderson, Jr. — 93 Branford Street, Manchester, Conn. 

Deem, JoAnn — 8th Street, LaCroft, East Liverpool, O. 

Delp, Abbie-Jean — 21 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Dinsmore, Dorothy Louise — 41 Bromfield Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Douglas, Donald Gene — 1 208 Adele Street, Charleston, W. Va. 

Driggs, Donna Lee — 1 246 E. 22nd Street, Erie, Pa. 

Dube, Daniel Noel — 419 Chestnut Street, Williamstown, N. J. 

Duncan, Joseph Wilbert — 1 769 Pleasant Valley Avenue, Ockland 1 1, Cal. 

Dunlop, Roland Edwin — R. F. D. #4, Skowhegan, Me. 

Durkee, Morion Claire — 24 Huntoon Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Duvall, Margaret Isabelle — R. D. #2, Columbiana, O. 

Dyment, William Ernest — 40 Myrtle Street, Maiden, Mass. 

- E - 

Earnhart, Emily Ward — 35 Park Avenue, Pineville, N. C. 

Eby, Mildred Hope— 2830 N. W. 19th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 

Edwards, Wayne Aimer — 84 South Main Street, Danielson, Conn. 

Eller, Oscar H. — 1 150 Shaffer Street, Johnstown, Pa. 

Ellison, Wilbur Louis — Dobson Avenue, Vernon, Rockville, Conn. 

Erbe, Samuel Meyers — Windsor-Allentovn Road, Robbinsville, N. J. 228 



Everleth, Leon Leit — 307 Peach Street, Erie, Pa. 

- F- 

Falk, Ronald Eugene — 17 Hillside Pk., Somerville, Mass. 

Farber, Barbara Jean — 21 1 Lincoln Avenue, Collingdale, Pa. 

Faxon, Robert Carol — Pine Street, Plaistow, N. H. 

Ferguson, Margaret B. — Sprakers, N. Y. 

Fields, Earline Adele — Grove Street, Upton, Mass. 

Fischmann, James Max — 2425 Roomig Road, Akron 20, O. 

Fleagal, Princess Victoria — R. D. #1, Friedens, Pa. 

Flick, Lois Evelyn — R. D. #2, Butler, Pa. 

Ford, Agnes — 77 Kemper Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Foss, Marilyn Elaine — 39 High/Street, Livermore Falls, Me. 

Fountain, Beverly Anne — Northville, N. Y. 

Fox, Jim Duane — Marshallville, O. 

Franfz, Eugene Edward — 1639 B Avenue N. E., Cedar Rapids, la. 

Frederick, Joyce Lorraine — R. F. D. #1, Limestone, N. Y. 

Freeman, Millan Albert — 1 Lafayette Street, Randolph, Mass. 

Fretz, Stewart Borneman — R. D. #1, Koffels Road, Lansdale, Pa. 

- G - 

Gailey, Charles Robert — Route 4, Watertown, N. Y. 

Gale, Ramona Helen — 377 Water Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Gander, Lulu Belle — Soldiers Grove, Wis. 

Gardiner, Ruth Martha — 89 Myrtle Street, Waltham, Moss. 

Gorlow, Carolyn Jean — 1 10 Reeves Avenue, Fairmont, W. Va. 

Garron, Paul Gordon — 447 South 2nd Street, Millville, N. J. 

German, Paul Rees — 301 Urban Avenue, Norwood, Pa. 

Gery, Blanche A. — 100 W. Sproul Road, Broomall, Pa. 

Gery, Ray Charles — 134 Waterston Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Gery, Eleanore Jane — 100 W. Sproul Road, Broomall, Pa. 

Gery, H. Theona — Lafayette, N. Y. 

Gibbs, Kenneth — Route #4, New Philadelphia, O. 

Gidney, Janice Arlene — Chestnut Hill Road, Orange, Mass. 

Glass, John Edward — Groveville Park, Beacon, N. Y. 

Gonfero, Edith Carol — Breman Avenue, Mays Landing, N. J. 

Good, Evelyn Genevive — Rocks, Md. 

Goodnow, Margaret Anne — 1 58 Waterston Avenue, Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Goodwin, Hazel L. — 64 Oak Road, Norwood, Mass. 

Grace, Willard Carl — West Grove, Pa. 

Green, Donald Leroy — Whiteford, Md. 

Gressett, George Lee — 1 307 58th Avenue, S. E., Washington 27, D. C. 

Grindrod, Norman Sinclair — 30 Welcome Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Grosse, David Glenn — 528 Baer Avenue, Hanover, Pa. 

Gunsalus, Donald Bruce — 422 Lincoln Street, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

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Haas, Clyde Howard — 916 Buckeye Street N. W., Warren, O. 

Haas, Gene Clarence — 916 Buckeye Street N. W., Warren, O. 

Hagerup, Angie Mariorf — R. F. D. #2, Oakland, Me. 

Halberg, Allen Sherwood — 2 Webster Street, North Quincy, Mass. 

Hamlin, Sandra L. — 9256 South Loomis, Chicago, III. 

Harding, Janet Lee — 6 West Water, Whitinsville, Mass. 

Harris, Lila Ruth — 1 151 N. W. 45 Street, Miami, Fla. 

Harvey, Frank Edgar — 161 6-1 5th Avenue, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Hassell, Merwyn L. — 204-15-194 Avenue, Hollis, N. Y. 

Hathaway, John A. — R. F. D. #1A, Gardiner, Me. 

Hauck, Richard Frederick — 25 Beldon Avenue, Norwalk, Conn. 

Hayford, Catherine Myrtle — 249 Wessagassett Road, N. Weymouth 91 

Mass. 
Heaton, Kenneth Gordon — 34 Norman Avenue, Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Hedges, Ora Lois — 85 West Street, Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Heinlein, Richard B. — R. D. #7, Butler, Pa. 
Hemmings, Barbara Lavinia — 122 Oceanview Road, Lynbrook, N. Y. 



Henck, Grace Esther — R. D. #3, Westchester, Pa. 
Henck, Sam Howard — Darlington, Md. 

Henderson, Henry John — 308 E. Main Street, Brownville, N. Y. 
Henry, DeLysle L. — 13 Boone Street, Cumberland, Md. 
Herron, Duane Earl — 54 Wiltwyck Avenue, Kingston, N. Y. 
Hersh, Ruth Audrey — 930 East Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa. 
Hersh, R. Allen — 930 East Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa. 
Hesemeyer, Alfred Alex — 162 Harmon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hodgkiss, John Albert— R. D. #1, Scottdale, Pa. 
Holcomb, Jack Edward — 477 Sieber Avenue, Akron, O. 
Houlihan, Donald Edward — 35 Waterston Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Howard, Edgar Ross — 123 Beach Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Howard, Phyllis Louise — 204 Concord Road, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Howard, Richard Edwin — 204 Concord Road, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Huck, Robert Emmet — 104 Main Street, North Warren, Pa. 
Huck, Ruth Madalyn — 12 Water Street, Warren, Pa. 
Huff, Gerald Ellis — 52 Clapp Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Insco, Janice Elizabeth— 1 1-42-202 Street, Hollis, N. Y. 

Inseo, Merilyn Ruth— 1 1 1 -42-202 Street, Hollis, N. Y. 

Ireland, Rachel Irene — Griswold, la. 

Irwin, James Stanley— 1 150 Greenfield Avenue, Pittsburgh 17, Pa. 

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Jackson, Gilbert James — Weymouth, Mass. 
Janacek, Doris Ann — Route #1, Vicksburg, Mich. 
Janacek, Robert Norman — Route #1, Vicksburg, Mich. 
Jarvis, Richard W. — R.D. #3, New Philadelphia, O. 
John, Aldine Margaret — 777 Adams Street, Gary, Ind. 
Johnson, David Scott — 26 Francis Avenue, Manchester, N. H. 
Johnson, Esther Ann — Route #3, Delmar Road, Salisbury, Md. 
Johnson, Margaret May — R. D. #2, Brookville, Pa. 
Joines, Shelve Jeanne — Street, Md. 
Jones, Ada Darlene — 9 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Jones, Lois Jean — R. D. #1, Prospect, Pa. 
Joy, Marvin C. — Hollywood, Md. 

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Kehm, Joan Marlene — 1810 Railroad Street, Carnegie, Pa. 

Keim, Kenneth Thomas — 326 Church Street, Royersford, Pa. 

Keith, Pauline — R.D. #2, Portage, Pa. 

Kelley, Frank Orville — 46 Franklin Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Kelvington, William Herdman — 2738 Glenmar Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Kereluik, Donald — 91 Fourth Avenue, Ottawa, Ont., Can. 

Ketner, Jerrold Wayne — 212 MacDale Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 

Kirkpatrick, Walter Edward — 26808 John-R., Royal Oak, Mich. 

Kirtz, Jeanne Ann — Middlebrooke Star Rte., Staunton, Va. 

Knudsen, Karl Jacob — 30 Ebbett Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Koehling, Jr., Bernard Gerhard — R.F.D. #1, Wiscasset, Me. 

Kohr, Charles A. — 85 Sachem, Wollaston, Mass. 

Kohr, Mark Henry — R.D. #2, Lebanon, Pa. 

Kosty, Anthony Francis — 1 1 25 New York Avenue, Hellertwon, Pa. 

Kottis, Gregory Angelo — 62 Douglas Street, Uxbridge, Mass. 

Koury, Anthony — 895 Quincy Shore Blvd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Krufenat, Richard Carroll — 7726 Ridge Road, Brockport, N. Y. 

Krutenat, William August — 7726 Ridge Road, Brockport, N. Y. 

Kunkel, Kay Charlene — Route #1, Littlestown, Pa. 

Kyer, Ruth Evangeleen — 224 West Riddle Avenue, Ravenna, O. 

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Lamer, Evelyn Mae — R.D. #2, Ebensburg, Pa. 
Landers, Robert Edgar— Sanford, Yar. Co., Nova Scotia, Can. 
Lantz, Gloria Elizabeth— 58 Wheatland Avenue, Dorchester, Mass. 
Larrabee, Joseph Conrad — Bath, Me. 



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Larsen, Robert Brent — 3654 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Fla. 

Lashley, Gerald Ernest — 406 Fairfield Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 

Latford, James Nelson — 30 Temple Street, Woodstock, Ont., Can. 

Lau, Freda Elizabeth — 5 Forry Avenue, Hanover, Pa. 

Laudermilk, Ellen Burgess — 36 Warwick Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Laudermilk, James — 1931 E. Baily Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Laudermilk, Roy Franklin — 1931 E. Baily Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Laudermilk, William — 1931 E. Baily Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Laurie, Jr., Maurice Douglas — 51 Prospect Street, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Leazott, Janice Ann — Altona, N. Y. 

Lehto, Richard Marvin — 10 Valley Street, Ashtabula, O. 

Lenfest, Dora Ann — Ridge Road, Bath, Me. 

Lewis, Margaret Joan — 1501 Mohegan Drive, Akron 6, O. 

Littlefield, Ann — 17 Morris Avenue, Bristol, Conn. 

Lockwood, Nancy Harris — 15 Bromfield Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Long, Donald Harold — 61 1 Decker Avenue, Johnston, Pa. 

Long, Eleanor Ann — R. D. #1 , Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Long, Janet Loy — 614 West Main Street, Ravenna, O. 

Loomis, Ruth Ann — 2222 S. Freedom Avenue, Alliance, O. 

Lord, Grace Ethel — 315 Penn. Street, Clifton Heights, Pa. 

Lord, Charles Willard — 315 S. Penn. Street, Clifton Heights, Pa. 

Lovejoy, Frank Elden — R.F.D. #3, Waterville, Me. 

Loveless, Lois Elizabeth — 644 Erie Street, Camden, N. J. 

Lovely, Alice Olive — R.F.D., North Attleboro, Mass. 

Lynch, Robert Lee — 1818 Oakridge Drive, Charleston, W. Va. 

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MacCracken, Jack Allen — 193 Pine Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
MacDonald, Robert Layton — 4 Walnut Street, Wakefield, Mass. 
MacDonald, Robert Murray — 10 Telegraph Avenue, Hull, Mass. 
MacMahon, Kent Leroy — 33 Franklin Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
MacMillan, Fred D. — Alberton R.R. #1, P.E.I., Can. 
MacNeil, Donald William — 179 Magnolia Street, Dorchester, Mass. 
MacNeill, Beverly Ann — 38 Essex Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
MacPherson, David Livingston — Wilmington, N. Y. 
McCallum, Charles J. — 48 Franklin Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
McCloy, James — 751 Davis Avenue, Brookline, Mass. 
McCurdy, Carmela — 189 Everett Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
McDermott, Virginia Ethel — 109 Prospect Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
McKenzie, Ethel Ann — 1530 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem, Pa. 
MeSavaney, David H. — 20 Maxwell Street, Dorchester, Mass. 
Manchester, Merilyn Ann — Waterville, Vt. 

Mann, Edward Floyd — 41 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Mann, George Brookman — 357 Newport Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Mann, Merritt Howard — 41 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Marino, Josephine Phyllis — 3 Unity Street, Boston, Mass. 

Marsh, Orman Darling — 87 Kinnear Avenue, New Britain, Conn. 

Martin, Shirley Ann — 14052 Ohio, Detroit, Mich. 

Mattmueller, Doris Gertrude — 5015-6th Street No., Arlington, Va. 

May, Carol B. — 951 8-1 08th Street, New York, N. Y. 

Mayes, Minnie Moore— 31 1 S. Dorcas Street, Lewistown, Pa. 

Merki, William Eugene — 433 Perkiomen Avenue, Lansdale 1, Pa. 

Merriman, Dorothy Jean— 317 Worth Street, Corry, Pa. 

Merritts, Marjorie Helen — 407 Madison Avenue, Watkins Glen, N. Y. 

Metcalfe, Russell F. — 954 Aberdeen Street, Akron 10, O. 

Metcalfe, Ruth A.— 954 Aberdeen Street, Akron 10, O. 

Miekel, Hubert Sheldon — Alum Bank, Pa. 

Mickel, Ronald Eldon — Alum Bank, Pa. 

Miller, Robert George — 30 Northfield Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 

Milstead, Barbara Joan — 1434 University Lane, Hyattsville, Md. 

Moberg, Richard Gordon — 41 Brockton Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 



Mollico, Joseph David — 33 Lounsbury Street, Naugatuck, Conn. 

Montgomery, Betty A. — Twin Rocks, Pa. 

Moore, Myrtle Grace — Gray Street, Windsor, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Moore, Florence Vaunda — Oxford, N. J. 

Moran, Jean Elizabeth — 1 15 Temple Street, Owego, N. Y. 

Morehead, Jeanette Lucile — 456 Grandview Avenue, Barberton, O. 

Mori, John Minoru — 229 Tomagawa Oyana-cho, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 

Morse, Vernon C. — 14 Nichols Street, Danbury, Conn. 

Mosbaugher, Dorothy Jean — R.D. #1, Avonmore, Pa. 

Mosgrove, Phyllis Annette — S.O.M. Center Road, Willoughby, O. 

Mosgrove, Ronald George — R.F.D.#1, S.O.M. Center Road, Willoughby, O. 

Mucci, Dallas Dean — Lucerne Mines, Pa. 

Mucci, Nancy Gail — Lucerne Mines, Pa. 

Mullen, Bernard Arthur — Beals, Me. 

Mullen, Ethel Ruth — Beals, Me. 

Mullen, Joan Marie — 408 Park Road, West Hartford, Conn. 

Mullen, Walter Edward — Easton, Digby County, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Music, Lowell Everett — 700 Perry Road, Tallmadge, O. 

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Nash, Patricia Ann — 150 North Vine Street, Columbiana, O. 
Nelson, Betty Joyce — 1760 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Fla. 
Nickerson, Vernon Roscoe — Longwood Avenue, Taunton, Mass. 
Norman, Helen Ruth — 4914 40th Place, Hyattsville, Md. 
Norris, Herbert Ross — R.D. #1, Akron, O. 
North, Patricia Ann — Conowingo Road, Bel Air, Md. 

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O'Donnell, Charles John — 419 E. 2nd Street, Lockport, III. 
Owens, Charles Leonard — Millville, New Brunswick, Can. 

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Pankow, Gladys Phyllis — 40 Reservoir Avenue, Dover, N. Y. 

Parker,, Harold — 155 W. Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Parker, Pershing — Box 563, Ben Franklin Sta., Washington 4, D. C. 

Parker, Richard Lee — R. D. #3, Geneva, N. Y. 

Parker, Shirley Jean— 90-23 187th Street, Hollis, N. Y. 

Parry, Ralph M.— 3852 Terrace Street, Philadelphia 28, Pa. 

Paterna, Stephen Anthony — 34 Sheafe Street, Boston 1 3, Mass. 

Patmore, Edwin L. — 146 Main Street, Norwalk, Conn. 

Pearce, Carlton James — Elmira Street, Elmira, Pa. 

Pearce, Margaret Jane — Marion Center, Pa. 

Pendleton, Jean Eloise — 50 Crescent Street, Whitinsville, Mass. 

Penney, David Paul — 81 Washington Ave., Waltham, Mass. 

Peoples, Douglas Patterson — Fishkill, N. Y. 

Perkins, Merlin Allen — 50 Bowdoin Street, No. Quincy, Mass. 

Peryea, Elaine Louise — Route #2, Chazy, N. Y. 

Peterson, Willard Franklin — 13 Holmes Street, N. Easton, Mass. 

Phillip pe, Vivian (Sally) Virginia — 232 Brownell Street, Napoleon, O. 

Phillippi, Maxine Rebecca — R. D. #2, Harrington, Del. 

Phillips, Eleanor Beverly — North Anson, Me. 

Plunkerf, Ruthanna Marie — Hanover, Pa., R.D. #1 

Poole, Robert Carlton — Washington Street, Sherborn, Mass. 

Pratt, Francis Edward — 89 Federal Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Previere, Marjorie Ann — 354 W. Garrett Street, Somerset, Pa. 

Props!, Robert Dean — 81 South Street, Quincy, Mass. 

Pruden, Alice Anita — Dover, N. J. 

Pyne, Muriel Winifred — 55 Pilgrim Road, Melrose, Mass. 

Pynn, William George — 65 North Pembroke Road, Concord, N. H. 

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Quanstrom, Roy Fred — 272 Bridge Street, Gary, Ind. 

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Raisley, Kenneth Robert — R. D. #2, Wampum, Pa. 

Ray, Allen Glen — 914 Hickory Street, Roaring Spring, Pa. 230 



Retter, Karl William — 120 Park Avenue, Portland, Me. 
Ricketts, Ruby Inez — 679 Kearsarge Way, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Rigden, John Saxby — 1 103 Madison Avenue, Painesville, O. 
Roberts, Helen Grace — 92 Sachem Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Roberts, Joann Charlene — 502 Market Street, Scottdale, Pa. 
Robinson, Bradford Norton — Hatch Road, Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
Roger, Coleman Arthur — 12 Day Street, South Portland, Me. 
Rose, Joyce Julia — No. Harwich, Mass. 

Rose, Abram L. — 45 Hampstead Road, Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Rosenberger, Eldon B. — Farmington, Me., R. D. #2 
Rugg, Floyd W. — 10 Grand View Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Rundlett, Paul William — 78 Lincoln Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 
Russell, Rose Marie — 1325 N. Hamlin Drive, Ashtabula, O. 

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St. Pierre, Jeanne Ann — Route #185, Fay's Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 

Sanford, Nancy Ellen — 582 Lindewood Street, St. Louis 9, Mo. 

Scheer, Jean Elizabeth — R. D. #6, Mercer, Pa. 

Schlosser, Jane Carol — 68 Davis Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Schnepf, Donald Roger — 124 Henry Street, Valley Stream, N. Y. 

Schubert, Richard Francis — 1 2 Scammell Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

Schurman, Paul Gordon — 2601 Highview Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 

Schwieckert, Theresa Elizabeth — Webster Park, Spring Valley, III. 

Sever, William W— 42 W. 26th Street, Hialeah, Fla. 

Sheets, James Andrew — Clarksville, Pa., Route #1 

Shene, William Richard — R. F. D. #1, Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

Shields, Betty June — 204 Clay Pike Road, Irwin, Pa. 

Shinault, D. Janet — 35148 Shexfleld Street, Wayne, Mich. 

Shook, Gerald Edward — R. D. #3, Louisville, O. 

Sides, Stanley — 37 Lawrence Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Silver, Dorcas Lavaun — 1 204 Palmer Street, Owosso, Mich. 

Silver, Nelson Orlando — 1 204 Palmer Street, Owosso, Mich. 

Sims, Jr., Edward — 248 Halladay Street, Jersey City, N. J. 

Sipes, John Alan — 25 So. Elm Avenue, Aldan, Pa. 

Skillings, Constance Ann — Steep Falls, Me. 

Skoler, Norma Ruth — 1 15 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Slater, Eleanor Ann — 20 Chickatawbut Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Slaughenhaupt, Donna Claire — 1 59 Pacific Street, Passapegua Park, N. Y. 

Smeraglia, Beverly — 1 14-36-21 1 Street, St. Albans, N. Y. 

Smeraglia, Charles V.— 8905-1 83rd St., Hollis, N. Y. 

Smith, Anne W. — Leesburg, Va. 

Smith, Cynthia Ann — 15 Reed Avenue, Westwood, Mass. 

Smith, Donald Wilson — 2613 St. Clair Avenue, E. Liverpool, O. 

Smith, John Wesley — Ellegood Street, Route #5, Salisbury, Md. 

Smith, Robert Klinger — R. D. #1, Mt. Union, Pa. 

Smith, Sterling I. — Star Route, Newport, Me. 

Snell, Mary Dee — N. E. Townline Road, Marcellos, N. Y. 

Spaite, Georgianna — East Palestine, O. 

Speak man, Earl Wayne — 755 N. 15th Street, Sebring, O. 

Speakman, Roger Leslie — 135 W. Virginia Avenue, Sebring, O. 

Stanford, Irva Laura — Trenton, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Starnes, Luther Williams — Bethel, Del. 

Starnes, Thomas C. — Bethel, Del. 

Steele, M. Helen — R. D. #2, Barnesville, O. 

Stein, Luine — 502 Beach 28th Street, Far Rockaway, N. Y. 

Stetson, Joan Alice — 7 Cornell Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Stewart, Victor Evans — 180 Pearl Street, Brockton 57, Mass. 

Stiefel, Richard Benjamin — 214 Adams Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Stier, Walter Edward — 103 Sylvan Street, Danvers, Mass. 

Stiles, Fred M. — Mylo Park, Ebensburg, Pa. 

Stillman, Herman Theodore — 3046 Grasmere Avenue, Columbus, O. 



Stover, Glen Edward — 3410 Hudson Drive, Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Strang, Joyce Marie — 9059 S. Damen, Chicago 20, III. 

Straw, Albert Wayland — 739 Broadway, Haverhill, Mass. 

Strotman, Juanita Pauline — 27 Melvin Avenue, Bradford, Pa. 

Studley, Mary Francena — 25 Maverick Street, Rockland, Me. 

Styers, B. Irene — R. #2, Mifflinburg, Pa. 

Sullivan, Robert Edward — 36 N. Westmoreland Drive, Orlando, Fla. 

Sunberg, William John — 514 W. Penn. Street, Butler, Pa. 

Sutton, Naomi June — Arbovale, W. Va. 

Sweigart, Clarence Eugene — R. D. #2, Ephrata, Pa. 

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Tattrie, Howard Mathew — Springhill, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Taylor, Jewel Ann — Nazarene Center, Louisville, O. 

Taylor, Phyllis Arlene — 1 8 Leland Road, Brookline 46, Mass. 

Taylor, Charles Raymond — Louisville, O., Route #1 

Taylor, Ralph Edward — R. D. #5, Waynesburg, Pa. 

Thomisch, Daniel Otto — Riverlawn Drive, Little Falls, N. J. 

Tharp, Mildred Lee — New Park, Pa. 

Thatcher, Robert Hugh — 8708 R. I. Avenue, College Park, Md. 

Thorpe, Ray Eugene — R. C. 52, Warren, O. 

Thorpe, Shirley Daum — Reeves Road, M. C. 57, Warren, O. 

Tikasingh, Ancel Jagjit — 45 Panco Lane, San Fernando, Trinidad, B. W. I. 

Tikasingh, Elisha Seujit — 45 Panco Lane, San Fernando, Trinidad, B. W. I. 

Treyz, Mary— 88 Union Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Truitt, Shirley Ann — 71 1 Smith Street, Salisbury, Md. 

Tubbs, Walter Douglas — Margretville, N. Y. 

Twining, Lorin Emerson — 14 Madison Avenue, Ravena, N. Y. 

Tysinger, Freida Rebecca — Wiley Ford, W. Va. 

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Vecchione, Nancy Jane — 50 Depot Street, E. Douglas, Mass. 

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Wagner, Charlotte A. — East Wilton, Me. 

Wagner, John Edgar — R. D. #4, Westminster, Md. 

Wakefield, Jr., Albert Chester — 24 Kenwood Avenue, Saugus, Mass. 

Wakefield, Charles William — 742 Hancock Street, Quincy, Mass. 

Walters, Mabel Susanna — Westminster, Md. 

Walters, Robert Vernon — 408 Kinilworth, N. E., Warren, O. 

Wanner, Lawrence Dale — 1 16 N. Main Street, Spring City, Pa. 

Ward, Alice Carolyn — 223 Winthrop Street, Quincy, Mass. 

Ward, Jr., H. Blair — 239 Harriet Street, S. Portland, Me. 



Watkins, Shirley Ann — 516 South 15th Street, Sebring, O. 

Waugh, Glen C. — 109 N. Middle Street, Skowhegan, Me. 

Webb, Bill Frank — 591 N. Howard Street, Akron, O. 

Webb, Donna Claudine — 591 N. Howard Street, Akron, O. 

Weischedel, Gail Mae — Glen Riddle Road, Media, R. D. #2, Pa. 

Wenger, Fred G. — 3131 N. Stillman Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wetmore, A. Gordon — 8 Hallam Street, Toronto, Ontario, Can. 

Wetmore, Jerome W. — 84 Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Wetzel, Naomi Esther — Main Street, Lavelle, Pa. 

White, Herbert Mark — 21 Western Avenue, Saugus, Mass. 

Whitehead, William Odell — 2610 Pecan Drive, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Whitfenberger, Ronald Lynn — 32 E. Avondale Avenue, Youngstown, O. 

Williams, Charles James — 56 Fremont Street, Jersey City, N. J. 

Williams, Ronald Stephen — 530 E. High Street, Uhrichsville, O. 

Williamson, Joe Crawford — 204 W. 68 Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 

Williamson, Maylor Mary — 204 W. 68th Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 

Wilson, Ella Mae — Route 3, Salisbury, Md. 

Wilson, Norma Gladys — Albion Street, Trenton, Nova Scotia, Can. 

Wisehermann, Virginia Rose — R. D. #1, New Galilee, Pa. 

Withrow, Dick A. — 302 N. Nacklep, Muncie, Ind. 

Woodbridge, June Thomas — 9 Lapham Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Woodbridge, Walter Ralph — Route #2, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Woodend, James Richard — 6000 Brooks Road, Washington 27, D. C. 

Woods, Enid Lynnette — Phaianx Station, O. 

Wooster, Tyler S. — Fisk Street, Chelmsford, Mass. 

Wright, Beverly N. — 319 Conewago Street, Middletown, Pa. 

Wycoff, Beatrice Mildred — 3034 Merwyn Avenue, Pittsburgh 4, Pa. 

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Xavier, Paul Francis — 1 1 French Street, No. Quincy, Mass. 

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Yeager, William C. — 343 Roseant Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Young, Betty Laurane — 143 Liberty Street, Westminster, Md. 
Young, Gordon M. — 301 East 68th Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 
Young, Harold E. — St. Louis, Mo. 

Young, Roger Samuel — 301 East 68th Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. 
Young, Thomas Lee — 29 Reha Avenue, Mansfield, O. 

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Zeigler, Paul Clayton — 527 Chestnut Street, Lansdale, Pa. 

Ziegler, Gladys Jewel — Collegeville, Pa. 

Zitzmann, Mary Lou — 1 23 Mountain Avenue, Pompton Plains, N. J. 



ACADEMY STUDENTS 

Babcock, Harold Manley — 1 14 Willet Street, Wollaston, Man. 

Bowman, Barbara Thelma — Essex Jet., Vt. 

Bowman, Ray Arthur — Essex Jet., Vt. 

Bowman, Jr., Samuel — Essex Jet., Vt. 

Croley, Ruth E.— 9A Landers Road, Wollaston, Mass. 

Eiold, Janice R. — 51 West Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

Gomes, Lidia — 71 Morgan Street, New Bedford, Moss. 

Hasellon, Walter L— Wilmington, N. Y. 

Knight, Fannie May— Route #1, Bethel, Me. 

lynch, David— 1818 Oakridgo Drive, Charleston, W. Va. 

Milligan, Forrest Coe — 214.80th Street, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Mitchell, Edno Mae — Star Route, Ridgway, Pa. 

Monnetl, Naomi Ruth — 2010 Wilson Avenue, Bristol, Po. 

Nelson, Keith LaVern — 426 Cummings Avenue, Superior, Wis. 

Olson, James Howard — Kiel Avenue, Butler, N. J. 

Penrod, Ricky Eugene— 4136 Lambert Street, S. Euclid, O. 

Pettengill, Dave Charles — 24 Drummond Street, Auburn, Me. 

Poole, John Wesley— 270 Farrington Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Rice, Stanley John — 54 Fuller Street, Dorchester 24, Moss. 

Sheo, Dorothy Helen— 49 Foirfleld Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Stetson, Harold— 26 East 6th Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Can. 

Thompson, Eva Mae — 135 Pleasant Street, Dracut, Mass. 

Ware, Ruthonn Marie— 816 W. 57th Street, Ashtabula, O. 

Webb, Beverly Opal— R. D. #2, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Yeager, Norma Frances — 809 W. Moin Street, Ravenna, O. 



BIBLE CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 

Alger, Charles Herbert — Foundry Street, South Eoston, Mass. 

Bambling, Paul Waltei — Bosswell, Pa., R. D. #1 

Brooks, Howard Newton — Altona, N. Y. 

Brooks, Jr., Stanley Ernest — Altona, N. Y. 

Brumagin, David Roy — So. Shore Trailer Court, Weymouth, Mass. 

Brumagln, Dorothy G. — So. Shore Trailer Court, 660 Washington St., 

Weymouth, Moss. 
Cosslck, Wilbur— 81 Suomi Rood, W. Quincy, Mass. 
Cornell, Alfred Bruce — 1 I Riverbank Road, Quincy, Mass. 
Croley, John Hall— 9A Landers Road, Wollaston, Mass. 
Faile, Gilford Eugene — 355 George Street, Mobile, Ala. 
Gerrlsh, Marilyn Jean — 1 1 8 Middle Street, Lisbon Foils, Me. 
Grate, Charles Somuel— R. D. #1, Lisbon, O. 
Miller, Ronald Gilbert — 27 Grant Street, Union City, Pa. 
Olsen, Frank McKinley — 72 Hodgkinson Street, Quincy, Mass. 
Olson, Dillard Lyle— 34 Hillview Road, So. Braintree, Mass. 
Parsons, Gerald A. — Jefferson, Po. 

Phillips, Ralph Steven — 6 Forbush Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 
Roberts, Fred Homer — 92 Sachem Street, Wollaston, Mass. 
Smith, Faith A.— 329 S. Central Avenue, Cononsburg, Pa. 
Smith, Richard Ammon — R. D. #2, Mifflinburg, Pa. 
Taylor, Owen Burnham — Mercer, Me. 



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